STEM Capitol Hill Power Lunch Series Returns with Debate with Energy, Tech, and Education Advisors to Presidential Candidates

The next STEM4US! Capitol Hill Power Lunch is set for noon on Thursday, April 7, 2016 in Room B-338 of the Rayburn House Office Building, 45 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20515.

This lunch features a debate with education, tech, and/or energy policy advisors to leading presidential candidates. You’re invited to enjoy a lively conversation about substantive policy issues affecting the growth of our innovation economy while networking with congressional staff and officials from federal and local government agencies along with tech and energy sector executives, other STEM professionals, policy advocates, educators, and students.

Space is limited so RSVP today at:

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STEM4US! to Join Thousands at USA Science & Engineering Festival
Conference Call on Friday, April 2nd @ 11am

Bring your children, friends, and neighbors to the fourth bi-annual USA Science & Engineering Festival on April 16 -17 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in downtown Washington, DC.  Don’t miss out on the chance to enjoy over 3,000 hands-on exhibits that showcase STEM education and innovation. For a list of businesses, colleges, and other exhibitors visit Be sure to pre-register for a chance to win an Apple Watch, video games, t-shirts and more!

STEM4US! is happy to be a partner of the festival and we look forward to greeting the 100,000+ future and current STEM pros expected to attend the festival.

Would your business, organization, or school like to participate as an exhibitor at the festival?  Have a student who needs community service hours and is interested in volunteering at the STEM festival?

If so, join STEM4US! for a call with an organizer from the USA Science & Engineering Festival on Friday, April 1 @ 11am (EST). To participate on dial: 605-562-3000;830899#.

To register as a STEM Fest volunteer, visit:


Our next event is next week.  To cover the cost of food, staffing, and other expenses for this event, we have to raise $10,000.  Beyond this, to pull off all our STEM programs for the year, we have to raise $500,000.  And that’s where you come in.

Help us reach our fundraising goal for our next event plus kickstart our efforts to launch a network of Cyber Security focused tech incubators starting here in the DC region.  Make a $25, $100, $500 or other contribution today!  As a 501(c)(3) organization, any gifts made to our organization count as a deductible charitable contribution.

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