STEM magazine is designed for K-16 educators, their students and parents as a resource of curiosity, encouragement, inspiration and imagination. STEM is not a career…it’s not a subject, but rather an acronym representing thousands of career opportunities that require skills in science, skill using technology, skills in problem solving (engineering) and a variety of math applications.
Every career uses STEM skills. The only differences are the amount of education required and the level of financial compensation, therefore, every career is a STEM career.
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As women continue to pursue equality in the work place and step into male dominated career fields, they deserve encouragement, hope and information about career opportunities once thought unattainable by women. This must happen at an early age.STEM skills for women are critical when pursuing any career they wish, from scientist to secretary, nurse to nuclear engineer, astronaut to auto mechanic.
Every career field is available to women and requires excellent STEM skills because every woman is a STEM woman.
Canadian industry on every level needs curious and motivated employees with strong skills in continuing education (science), use of new technical innovations (Technology), problem solving (engineering method) and a variety of math applications. Knowledge is power and STEM Magazine Canada is a strong influence to inspire educators and their students to explore and pursue their dream careers in every province and territory.
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Whether it is creativity in general or music or Illustrations, the Arts provide an inseparable component to every STEM application.Though we include the Arts to some degree in every issue of STEM Magazine, STEAM has found its own place in the hearts and minds of educators globally. STEAM magazine has found a way to show that integration to lead teachers and their students to consider both the left and right brain excellence necessary for many career opportunities.
The Hispanic version of STEM Magazine, designed for Spanish speaking communities has an important role to play in the lives of Americas largest minority community and we would be remiss to ignore the incredible potential of our Hispanic students, families and those who influence their career choices early in their education process.We are currently seeking a national sponsor(s) to support this resource and share our vision in reaching out to these future contributors of innovation, exploration and economic vitality.