Our Partners

Effective partnerships amplify the impact for math and science teachers and all students across New Mexico. In addition, the STEM Outreach Center partners with schools and community organization to support children, youth, and families in multiple ways.

The Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) grant provides federal funding to support the majority of our OST activities with braided funding from our partner districts.

We are grateful for the investment and generous contributions of all the funders who continue to support our work in making a difference in the lives of children across New Mexico. We are pleased to recognize them in the listing below. If you interested in learning more about our programs first-hand, please contact Dr. Wanda Bulger-Tamez (wguzman@nmsu.edu).

The STEM Outreach Center forms partnerships with school districts to leverage resources for improving STEM learning for students across the state of New Mexico.

Support from

New Mexico Public Education Department
Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers
New Mexico Legislature
Jack & MaryLou Davis

School District Partners

Cobre Consolidated School District
Gadsden Independent School District
Farmington Municipal Schools
Hatch Valley Public Schools
Las Cruces Public Schools
Lordsburg Municipal School
Raíces del Saber Xinachtli Community School
Santa Fe Public Schools
Silver City Consolidated Schools

Community Partners

Borderland Family Ties
Children's Reading Alliance
Cruces Creatives
Families & Youth Innovations Plus
Friends of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks
Gym Magic
La Semilla
Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science
Little Footprints
Ngage New Mexico
New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network
STEAMing Ahead for Success

New Mexico State University

Glass Family Research Institute
NMSU College of Engineering
NMSU College of Health, Education and Social Transformation
Physical Science Laboratory
STEM Outreach Alliance Reseach Lab