Employment in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) occupations has grown 79 percent since 1990, from 9.7 million to 17.3 million, outpacing overall U.S. job growth. Continue reading STEM Workforce Facts You Need to Know
If you’re looking for a job in 2019, you may want to consider the field of renewable energy.
Continue reading The Renewable Energy Market Continues to Expand
By Spandana Govindgari
The time is now ripe for breaking into technology as a woman. For the past 20 years or so, looking up to role models often meant emulating male leaders like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg. Continue reading Becoming An Influential Female Leader In Technology
The oil and gas industry is facing strong competition in attracting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) talent, with 44 percent of STEM Millennials and Generation Zs (Gen Z) interested in pursuing a career in oil and gas, compared to 77 percent in the technology sector, 58 percent in life sciences and pharmaceuticals, and 57 percent in health care – Continue reading Nearly Half of Young Professionals are Pursuing a Career in This Field
Tara Chklovski had the weight of her family on her shoulders.
Growing up in India in what she calls a lower-middle-class family, it was difficult not to notice the poverty around her — especially the pivotal role chance plays in determining the family someone is born into, as well as their access to education, healthcare and opportunity. Continue reading There’s a Massive Gender Gap in AI, but Tech Education Programs for Young Girls Aim to Close It
NOGLSTP presented its 5th biannual Out to Innovate™ Summit for LGBTIQ People in STEM on March 16-17 at the location of its first summit, the campus of the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, CA. Continue reading Out to Innovate™ 2019 Summit for LGBTQ People in STEM
By Alyse Kalish
Let’s say you want to be a part of building something great in your career—something people can tangibly benefit from, something no one else has thought of, and something you can point to and proudly say, “Hey, I made that.” If that’s the case, look no further for inspiration than Miriam Daniel. Continue reading Amazon’s VP of Alexa Devices on Working in Voice Technology, Taking Risks, and Alexa’s Hidden Tricks
Dr. Wendy Okolo is a Nigerian-born National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) aerospace engineer and the first Black woman to earn a doctorate in the field. Continue reading Wendy Okolo Is The First Black Woman To Earn A Doctorate In Aerospace Engineering
The students paraded through hugs and high-fives from staff, who danced as Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family” blared through the hallways. They were showered with compliments as they walked through a buffet of breakfast foods. Continue reading LeBron James Opened a School That Was Considered an Experiment. It’s Showing Promise
Before his death, the rapper was involved in projects focused on revitalizing his South LA neighborhood and supporting STEM among black and brown youths.
Continue reading Nipsey Hussle’s Work In The Black Community Went Deeper Than You Think