Building Better STEM Programs in Schools


Building Better STEM Programs in Schools

Companies everywhere have realized that STEM education is an important part of our present and future. A skilled workforce, economic growth and industrial advancements are all tied to the subjects of science, technology, engineering and math. Many organizations are getting involved by helping educators inspire kids to explore the world of STEM and the potential for STEM careers. If you want to deliver a truly effective program, try supplying the classroom teacher with tools that will improve their ability to teach this vital information. Professional development is one way to maximize the educator’s potential and provide the greatest benefit to K-12 students and their families in the communities from which you draw both customers and employees.

Supporting a STEM program in schools is not only good for the community, it’s good for your organization as well. From building positive brand awareness to workforce development to investing in philanthropic efforts with impact − it makes sense to get involved. You talk to kids, the kids talk to parents − those parents are an important part of both your community and customer base. But ensuring that your message is presented properly and gets home to parents starts with the classroom teacher. A video like the one you’re about to watch, based on just one of the NTC Research Foundation’s unique programs, transforms teachers into stewards of your STEM education campaign.

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STEM – Educator Video