The American Embassy delegate led by Tintin Boswell visited the Bahir Dar STEM center. The team visited the traditional medicinal plants garden of the center, the class and lab rooms through which the center is providing training for school students and teachers. After the tour, there was a brief presentation of the current and future activities of the center followed by a discussion with STEM center team about future collaboration of the BDU STEM center with the US embassy supported programs on the human resource development starting from the lower school levels. During the discussion, special emphasis was given to the short term training partnership and future expansions of the BDU STEM activities to the wider community using the existing possible technologies. Establishment of strong database on digital resource and mobile laboratory were given priority to start the collaborative work.