Show Girls Successful Women in STEM Careers

Recent research conducted by the Girl Scouts of the USA shows that 74% of teenage girls are interested in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and math). But nearly as many girls surveyed in the report say that STEM careers are not their first choice and that they do not know enough about the fields of study. This […]

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STEM Programs Prepare Students for Jobs of the Future

“A STEM education is a pathway to prosperity – not just for you as an individual but for America as a whole…We need you in our classrooms, labs and key government agencies to help solve our biggest challenges, and that’s why we are investing heavily to promote STEM education.”   —U.S. Secretary of Education Arne […]

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The Solution to the Shortage of American STEM Students

The future outlook is bright for careers in the STEM sectors (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). While currently 1 out of every 18 American workers works in a STEM career, that ratio is sure to shrink in the coming years, as the U.S. Department of Commerce estimates that the demand for these job will grow […]

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