- STEM careers desperately need skilled workers–but the pipeline is drying up
- STEM Career Days do wonders in attracting students to STEM fields
- See related article: Building a representative STEM pipeline needs to start in kindergarten
- For more news on STEM education, visit eSN’s STEM & STEAM page
A new study at the University of Missouri–in partnership with Harvard-Smithsonian researchers–shows that when colleges host ‘STEM Career Days,’ the students who attend are far more likely to pursue a career in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) related field.
The findings not only highlight the benefits of college recruiters introducing high school students to STEM-related opportunities, but they can also help increase and diversify the STEM workforce in the United States.…Read More