About STTE Foundation

In order to compete on a global scale, the Borderplex Region must continue to support efforts that develop, deploy, and advance educational programs and initiatives focused on harvesting youth entrepreneurship ecosystems and technology comprehension. Support towards these efforts will help prepare the next gen on future opportunities and challenges the economy will face. STTE Foundation is committed to enhancing the regional economy through educational programs, maximizing meaningful partnerships, and embracing family support mechanisms for the next twenty-years.

Thank You To Our Supporters

Cumulative Support Since STTE Inception

$2,500 - $4,999

  • Chase Bank
  • Medical Center of the Americas
  • METI Corp.

$1,000 - $2,499

  • ADP
  • Army
  • BIC Homes
  • ESC Region 19
  • Fab Lab El Paso

$1,000 - $2,499

  • Faith & Andrew Charles
  • Incite Consultancy
  • New Mexico State University Arrowhead Center
  • Parabeac
  • Park University

$1,000 - $2,499

  • Teachers Federal Credit Union
  • Texas Gas
  • UTEP Tech-E
  • UTEP Mike Loya Center for Commercialization and Commerce
  • Weststar Bank

STTE Mission

Discover, develop and deploy entrepreneurship and technology education content for middle school, high school, and college students to support a thriving entrepreneurial culture in the Borderplex region.

STTE Vision

Become the leading entrepreneurship education partner to public and private middle and secondary schools, after-school clubs, and institutions of higher learning to advance the competitiveness of the Borderplex region.

Foundation Framework

The formation of STTE’s framework was developed to identify linkages with regional entities strategic efforts that directly and indirectly impact STTE Mission and “customer segments,” helping to specifically advance future STEAM, tech and entrepreneurial talent pools.

Strategic Goals

  • 1. 100% Digital literacy for youth by 2030
  • 2. Increase Percentage of students going into STEAM Fields
  • 3. Entrepreneurship: Number of participants in Innoventure, TechStars, STEAMX

Support

STTE Foundation is funded by CREEED and with additional financial support from CoWork Oasis, Microsoft, and Workforce Solutions Borderplex Inc. STTE Foundation is a non-profit “501 (c)(3)” tax-exempt organization. STTE’s fiscal agent is the Paseo del Norte Charitable Foundation.

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