In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are working with all of our education partners to provide resources and support for teachers.

News & Updates

STEM Week is May 8 - 16

STEM Week Oregon, a state-wide movement to raise awareness, celebrate and engage in activities involving Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, is coming to our region from May 8-16! The Mid-Valley STEM-CTE Hub has organized a whole slate of virtual events that appeal to educators, community members, youth, and families! You can even watch the award-winning documentary "Picture A Scientist" for free that week!

To register for any/all of Mid-Valley STEM-CTE Hub's FREE events happening all week long, please visit www.midvalleystem.org/stem-week-or-2021. We'll follow up with event links, presenter information, and book and other swag giveaways, where eligible.

Educator Resources

This page is a collection of resources to help community members promote awareness of our diverse community. Included are websites, lesson plans, and readings that ALL community members could use to help understand and foster a more inclusive community.

This page includes online resources consisting of activities, coding, STEM education, girls & STEM, and professional development. You can also view upcoming professional development opportunities for educators. We will continue to update and add to this list of resources.

We have partnered with Oregon Connections - a social community that connects educators and learners with a global database of network and industry professionals and experts - to provide full access to their platform for public schools in our region for FREE.

With support from the Oregon Department of Education and local businesses, we are offering a limited number of $100-$1000 microgrants for educators in Linn and Benton Counties. Our 3rd round is currently open (the deadline to apply is May 7th). Learn more here.

The Trades Notebook was developed and supported by the LBLC3 Steering Committee. It is a resource for high school students and partners throughout the region. There are 24 occupation profiles in the Trades Notebook. Learn more here.