sea.citi launched in late 2018 to better connect the local tech workforce with our community. The need was clear — those working in tech want to better understand and engage in solving our region’s most pressing problems. The opportunity is significant as the workforce numbers near 300,000 citizens who want to see our region thrive. Read more
It’s summer in Seattle, finally, and we’re gearing up to keep you connected to your community. We have a number of easy and fun upcoming opportunities to support local schools like helping source supplies for students. Families typically spend more than $100 on school supplies and some local families just can’t foot that bill. Watch for bins at your company so you can help students in our community can show up for the first day of school ready to learn.
As our first school year closes and summer begins, we want to take a look back at the work we’ve done to build deeper connections between our industry and low-income schools. Supporting schools is vital to our community and an important connection between our industry and our future innovators.
As a significant and growing percentage of the local workforce, consumers, and tax base, the innovation economy has a meaningful role to play in our community. We see the challenges our cities face. Kids need mentors, skills, and connections to get great jobs. Homelessness seems ever persistent. Traffic is a pain. sea.citi is here to help you understand and take action on the important civic issues that we’re all grappling with.
- Share your experience and excitement for science, math, engineering and more
- Volunteer a half or full day in local elementary and middle schools
- Help to facilitate interactive exhibits as students explore STEM topics
- Program topics include anatomy and physiology, engineering, geology, astronomy, math and physics.
Volunteer opportunities are at the following locations and dates: 4/15 Pathfinder K-8
5/10 Denny Middle School
5/13 Denny Middle School
6/5 South Shore Elementary
6/6 Van Asselt Elementary
Pending date – Aki Kurose
Pending date – Highland Park Elementary
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