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Students at Hanahan High School engage with ECPI and the EHCL Stingrays

Best Practices in STEM: High School Students Compete in STEM Jobs competition

A significant part of our mission at STEM Jobs is to share best practices in STEM – specifically those practices that connect classrooms to careers. With the school year nearing […]

Math Games

Inspire Your Students to Pursue STEM Careers: Strategy 3

Welcome to post 3 in our series that lays out the strategies in our STEM teacher guidebook (available for download end of Mar. 2014). This guide was written by: Dr. […]

Logistics is a business and military science.

Connect STEM Type Quiz with Hot Logistics Jobs

Logistics coordinates and controls the material resources of a business, keeping tabs on the process of how these materials are ordered, stored and transported. Essentially, logisticians make the trains run […]

Tool Kit: Encourage Students to Pursue STEM Careers

Use instructional strategies in classroom to engage students in STEM learning and mirror how STEM is pursued by professionals. Guided discovery approaches to teaching mathematics – NCTM illuminations, Dan Meyer […]

What is a STEM Job?

As an employer, career counselor, educator or job seeker, how do you know if a job or career field is classified as STEM—science, technology, engineering or math—or not STEM?  STEM […]

Dr. Jim Caruthers, University of Purdue

In Purdue of STEM education

We had an opportunity recently to interview Dr. James Caruthers, Reilly Professor of Chemical Engineering and chief proponent of STEM at Purdue University.  As a decorated, published and widely traveled […]

Girls in STEM

Survey for Post-Secondary Educators


6 Reasons That STEM Should Be A Top College Recruiting Priority

1) Reduce the STEM recruitment gap for women and minorities.  74% of all STEM jobs are held by non-hispanic whites and are predominantly male.  Students divert away from STEM subjects […]

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