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STEM in Military

When it comes to serving your country, the work of protection begins long before the frontline. The military is a high-tech operation using computers in many areas of operation, and the military’s need for professionals in STEM continues to grow. Some of the top STEM jobs in the military include: Information Security Analyst Cyber-attacks are a …

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STEMconnector’s New Research Explores STEM Work-Based Learning in Postsecondary Settings

STEMconnector’s newest white paper, STEM Work-Based Learning in Postsecondary Settings: A guide for employers, discusses how work-based learning bolsters recent graduates’ preparedness for the STEM workforce and provides employers with earlier access to STEM talent. The research finds employers seeking postsecondary STEM talent face two troubling realities: Not enough students pursue and persist in STEM degree programs …

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New STEMconnector Research Lays Out A First-Of-Its-Kind Framework For Defining And Measuring The Success Of Investments In The STEM Workforce

MAY 2, 2019 — WASHINGTON, DC |  STEMconnector today released its 2019 signature research report, Input to Impact: A Framework for Measuring Success Across the STEM Ecosystem, which provides a common definition for success in our collective STEM talent development work, and approach to measurement that can be used to plan and target STEM investments for …

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Key Insights from STEMconnector’s New Research Piece Input To Impact

STEMconnector is excited to announce our newest signature research piece: Input to Impact. This report was released at our Annual Summit on May 2 and seeks to define success in the STEM talent ecosystem and provide support to the individuals, organizations, and systems trying to assess their impact and enhance their outcomes. Input to Impact …

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Apply Now for the Regeneron STEM Teaching Fellowships

  The STEM Leadership Center, in collaboration with Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, the Teachers College of Columbia University and U.S Satellite Laboratory are now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Regeneron STEM Teaching Fellowships. The Fellowship is a grassroots education initiative that addresses the need to train secondary science teachers in STEM teaching methods, Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), and …

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Learning Blade Offers Free Access to STEM Learning Activity for National Engineers Week

In celebration of Engineers Week 2019, Learning Blade is offering free access to allow students to see incredible engineering careers. These interactive lessons provide an opportunity for kids to see firsthand how engineers impact their communities. During the entire month of February, teachers can go to www.LearningBlade.com/engineers to participate in Learning Blade for Engineers Week. And that’s …

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Strada Education Network Invests in Development of State Policies for Adult Learners, Disconnected Youth

$3.5 million in grants to National Governors Association, Education Commission of the States will incubate new pathways to opportunity for 32 million Americans left out of economic growth  January 25, 2019 | Strada Education Network®, a national nonprofit dedicated to strengthening education-to-employment pathways, today announced grant awards totaling $3.5 million to the National Governors Association (NGA) and Education Commission …

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Dassault Systèmes US Foundation Grant Supports STEM Certification of Veterans through Workshops for Warriors

This press release has been provided by the Dassault Systèmes US Foundation WALTHAM, Mass. & SAN DIEGO, Calif. — (BUSINESS WIRE) | The Dassault Systèmes US Foundation announced today its support for Workshops for Warriors, a school that prepares veterans and transitioning service members for careers in advanced manufacturing. Through the support of a grant from …

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New Report from Burning Glass and Strada Finds Most College Grads Who Start Out Underemployed, Stay There

Women are more likely than men to be underemployed in first job with lasting consequences, according to report by Strada Institute for the Future of Work and Burning Glass Technologies BOSTON, May 23, 2018 (PRNewswire) | College graduates who are underemployed in their first job are likely to still be underemployed up to 10 years later, and …

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STEMconnector Releases Long-Anticipated State of STEM Report, Examines Underlying Causes of STEM Talent Gap and Provides a Path Forward

WASHINGTON, DC — May 18, 2018 | STEMconnector released new research on the forces and factors that underlie the STEM talent gap, providing direction for further investment by industry, higher education, government, and nonprofits to eliminate barriers to opportunity for individuals across the STEM talent pipeline. The first-of-its kind report, The State of STEM: Defining …

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