2016 Florida Engineering Education
Welcome to our 2016 FEEC Partners page. Their contributions range from needed financial support to help underwrite the conference (so attendees will be able to participate at no cost) to assistance in identifying speakers and reaching out to constituent audiences as possible attendees. This conference is by definition a “partnership in practice”.
The Florida Engineering Foundation is a non-profit 501 (3)(c) corporation established in 1986 to encourage and provide assistance to engineering students pursuing engineering careers and to educate the public about engineering. The Foundation is a membership organization made up of engineers and those who support engineering education and the engineering profession.
FSGC supports the expansion and diversification of Florida’s space industry, through providing grants, scholarships, and fellowships to students and educators from Florida’s public and private institutes of higher education.
Harris provides a wide range of products and services for commercial and government communications markets such as wireless, broadcast, and government.
The Central Florida STEM Education Council, (CFSEC) is a collaborative effort between academia, industry, professional organizations and government, with a long term objective of increasing the technical workforce for the security and continued growth of the United States. CFSEC strive to develop a unified STEM program to include mass communication, mentorships, and resources for parents, students, and educators through on-line and event venues.
The Bureau of Standards and Instructional Support is responsible for the areas of Healthy Schools, Humanities, Instructional Materials, Library Media Services and Instructional Technology, and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). We provide leadership, coordination, and technical assistance to implement legislation, State Board of Education policy and rule, and Department initiatives pertaining to standards and instruction for Florida students and teachers. The bureau provides services to district and school staff members, parents and students, Department of Education staff, other state agencies, college faculty, and professional education associations. Our goal is to ensure an equal opportunity for all 2.7 million Florida students to graduate from high school college or career ready; with an emphasis on good citizenship, higher-order thinking skills, and life-long learning.