Interest Form for Brain Trust:  Increasing STEM Courses in High School  

As 100Kin10 launches its work on increasing the range of quality and relevant STEM courses in high school, we invite partners to join our brain trust on this topic. The formation of a brain trust is the first step in our collective work in this area, and is designed to deepen the base of knowledge that will guide our efforts in the coming year and beyond.  Participation is open to anyone interested in learning and/or contributing to progress in this area.  

As we develop this work, we are committed to creating opportunities that are well-matched to the interests, capacity, and needs of our members. As such, we have designed this form to better understand how you’d like to engage on this topic. Based on your input, we will design a range of activities that may include in-person and virtual meetings, opportunities to support research and analysis, as well as opportunities to provide ongoing input and feedback. Specific activities (including dates) will be announced in early March. Brain trust members will be free to join some or all of the activities offered. Please note this is a new process, expectations and time commitments might differ from previous brain trusts.

Thank you for your interest.  We are excited to partner with you in this work!  Please be sure to complete this form by Friday, January 31


For the following 3 questions, please use the scale where 0 = "not at all relevant” and 10 = "extremely relevant”

These people will not be asked to be on the brain trust--it’s just for our information for future network opportunities!

Thank you! We will be in touch in early March.