Advancing Underrepresented Youth in STEM in OST
Posted by Boys & Girls Clubs of America on October 27, 2014
Boys & Girls Clubs of America releases white paper on advancing underrepresented youth in STEM during out-of-school time
Boys & Girls Clubs of America released the white paper “Advancing underrepresented youth in STEM during out-of-school time” on how providers can inspire more youth in STEM fields. According to statistics shared by experts, STEM education is critical to the future success of young people as STEM jobs in the United States are expected to grow nearly twice as fast as other fields by 2018.
To read or download the STEM Great Think white paper, please visit http://www.greatfutures.org/Pages/GreatThink-STEM.aspx.
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