In 2015, Kitsap Regional Library received a three year National Leadership grant from the Institute of Museum and Libraries to design and implement a sustainable STEM programming model for public libraries. The project, entitled Make Do Share, collects tools and resources to support staff in planning, facilitating and improving STEM programs for and with youth.  

For more information on the project, read the full grant proposal. You can also access various project resources via YALSA and WebJunction.

For a listing of Kitsap Regional Library’s STEM programs, visit our online calendar or download a copy of Inspire, our quarterly events guide.

 

This project has also been made possible by our community partners:

The Coffee Oasis

Olympic Educational Service District 114

West Sound STEM Network

West Sound Technology Association

Work Source

Applied Technical Systems

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