A STEM hub developed by the Department of Higher Education to coordinate the efforts of educators and prepare more people for STEM career pathways.
Find out about the state-wide expose of STEM opportunities. Schools, libraries, and businesses are encouraged to highlight STEM career pathways during this week each year.
Get networked with other professionals / educators who are invested in STEM in this super region (Franklin, Hampshire, and Hampden County).
This site features a variety STEM education resources, events, etc.
The 'News & Events' page of www.FHyouth.org is updated regularly.
This article by the U.S. Department of Labor and Statistics provides an overview of STEM work, analyzing nearly 100 occupations.
Explore! Watch! And Learn! Through this collection of videos, hear from STEM professionals about their educational pathway, what it is they love about their jobs, and how they really do use that math and science they learned in high school. Start exploring now!
A site filled with educational resources (ie. for younger students) provides context for virtual reality and links to useful reports and teaching materials.
Not sure where to begin, when it comes to teaching about and/or using virtual reality in the classroom? This site can help.
This is a place to learn about some amazing scientists at the US Department of Energy doing exciting things and solving some pretty big challenges.
IWITTS helps educators nationwide close the gender gap for women and girls in male-dominated careers.
Find information on high school prep, college selection, scholarships, and more.
A local news organization highlights the significance of the movie, Hidden Figures.
This statistical analysis by the U.S. Department of Education examines students' attrition from college over a 6 year period.
In addition to providing insights about summer melt and what can be done about it, this article includes research and insights about why disadvantaged students are more likely to abandon degrees in STEM fields after struggling in a challenging introductory class as well as findings about effective interventions.
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