Developing and retaining STEM talent in CNY for economic advancement

Students & Parents

The study of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) is on the rise for students interested in pursuing careers in these expanding industries.

What is STEM?

STEM education is used to identify individual subjects, a stand alone course, a sequence of courses, activities involving any of the four areas, a STEM-related course, or an interconnected or integrated program of study. A nationally agreed upon definition for STEM education is currently lacking.

Students and Parents

STEM education can be an interdisciplinary or trans-disciplinary approach to learning where rigorous academic concepts are coupled with real-world problem-based and performance-based lessons.

The study of STEM is on the rise for students interested in pursuing careers in these expanding industries.

But STEM education is also important for non-technical careers. Furthermore, the importance of “soft skills” — critical thinking, problem solving, communication, presentation, and teamwork skills — can not be overlooked when preparing for any career in the 21st century.

How Students & Parents Can Get Involved

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