Minds That Matter
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The STEM workshops offer expanded learning opportunities to youth who reside or attend school in communities at or below poverty level. Students get to interact with college students and business professionals who have chosen and are successful in STEM related studies and professions.
STEM refers to an educational initiative or curriculum that focuses on the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). STEM programs are designed to integrate these four areas of study in order to provide students with a comprehensive and interdisciplinary learning experience. The goal of STEM education is to equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in fields that require critical thinking, problem-solving, and innovation.
STEM programs often involve hands-on activities, project-based learning, and collaboration to encourage practical application of theoretical concepts. These programs aim to prepare students for careers in various STEM-related fields, which may include fields such as engineering, computer science, biology, physics, mathematics, and information technology.