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As part of its leadership activities, NACME has created close working partnerships with organizations that are also interested in increasing the pool of underrepresented minority engineers in America. Here is an introduction to NACME’s key partners.
Coalition of Hispanic, African and Native Americans for the Next Generation of Engineers and Scientists.
This Dallas-based educational consulting firm specializes in a dynamic framework of learning. Guaranteed 4.0 encourages academic excellence and professional growth—both in and out of a formal educational system.
Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA)
One of the country’s most innovative and successful programs, MESA works with thousands of educationally disadvantaged students to help them excel in math and science and graduate with math-based degrees.
National Academy Foundation (NAF)
The National Academy Foundation creates partnerships between business leaders and educators that have been transforming students’ lives for more than 20 years. Through an innovative educational model, the Academies of Engineering (AOEs), NAF’s small public school-based “learning communities” empower high school students to successfully go on to higher education, professions of their choosing, and active community participation. Other themed academies that NAF has developed include the Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, the Academy of Finance, and the Academy of Information Technology.
The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review helps students, parents, and educators achieve the best outcomes at all stages of students’ educational careers. It starts with a single premise: Everyone is entitled to the best education. Through years of research, the Princeton Review has learned to use practice and preparation to help students improve their performance. The Princeton Review partnered with NACME to produce The NACME Guide to Engineering Colleges.
Project Lead The Way (PLTW)
Project Lead The Way is a national not-for-profit organization that provides schools with curricula in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) areas. Its pre-engineering program is offered in more than 2,000 middle and high school in 49 states and the District of Columbia. The program consists of eight rigorous and relevant high school courses. PLTW is also launching a new biomedical sciences curriculum for high schools. PLTW provides intensive professional development for classroom instructors and school counselors. The PLTW pre-engineering curriculum will be used in the Academies of Engineering.
SME Education Foundation
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Education Foundation – created in 1979, is dedicated to the advancement of manufacturing education and preparing the next generation of manufacturing engineers and technologists. Thanks to the generosity of its partners including corporations, organizations, foundations and individual donors, the Foundation has awarded more than $29 million since 1980 in awards, scholarships and youth programs.
Study Skills and More by Stephen Jones- Education Expert
Dr. Stephen Jones is an outstanding educator who has spent his career helping students to succeed in K-12 schools and college. He has been instrumental in helping thousands of students realize their dream to earn a degree. He has authored the Seven Secrets of How to Study series, including "Mapping Your Strategy for Better Grades", the "Parent’s Ultimate Education Guide" and the "Ultimate Scholarship Guide." The books provide an understanding of the seven pillars that are essential to learning effective study techniques.