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STEM: Meeting The Needs Of America's Technical Workforce     
Corporations and government agencies, colleges, and universities, and professional associations are active to encourage students in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. read more


What Are The Hottest Careers For College Grads? 
Bridging from college to careers is not always easy, and this is especially true for recent college graduates.  read more


Stop Handicapping Yourself: Tips For Young Women In The Workforce  
While There has been a lot of buzz lately about women in the workplace, caused to a large degree by Sheryl Sandberg’s recent book Lean In, which encourages women to “lean in” to their ambitions and to speak up so their voices are heard. Much of this advice is beneficial to minorities also. read more


AFCEA Scholarships Bridge The STEM Education Gap    
Economics experts concur and statistics confirm that the U.S. needs to boost its tech-savvy work force. STEM expertise is a must to remain competitive in a global economy that depends on technology.  read more

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