Community Partners

To carry out its mission, the SEEC works with and through community partners. These include PK-12 schools, science museums, science centers, public libraries, corporations, foundations, and other non-profit youth serving agencies.

A key element of SEEC’s strategy is to reach children in the neighborhoods where they live and learn. Our partnerships allow us to expand access to effective STEM programming in the out-of-school time, where over 60% of a child’s waking hours are spent. We place special emphasis on providing low or no cost community education programs to learners in the Dallas Fort-Worth (DFW) area whose access is most limited. 

Public Libraries in these cities have hosted SEEC programs:


·         Allen

·         Arcadia Park

·         Carrolton

·         Cedar Hill

·         The Colony

·         Dallas

·         Denton

·         DeSoto

·         Euless

·         Flower Mound

·         Grapevine

·         Haltom City

·         Keller

·         Little Elm

·         Lewisville

·         Plano

·         Rockwall

·         Rowlett

·         Sasche

·         Wylie



Other agency partners have included the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Texas, Fort Worth Parks Department, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, Dallas Afterschool Network, and SPARC of Ft. Worth.