Students well-versed in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics tend to be innovative, critical thinkers and will transition seamlessly into their future careers. 3.5 million jobs that fall under S.T.E.M are projected to be unfilled by 2025. S.T.E.M exploration and opportunities for hands-on learning will allow qualified students to secure roles in data analytics, cyber security, artificial intelligence, information technology, and UX/UI design.
The S.T.E.M. pathway for Workforce Development is currently seeking individual and corporate partners to support direct mentorship, career workshop, speaker series and career fair initiatives. As well as offering internships and externships to our students. Please email Elaine Le or call (714) 543-5540 to get involved today!