Every day, our employee-owners rely on STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — skills, passion and a lifelong curiosity to change the world. That opportunity — to light the same spark and build the same foundation in students — is why we’re so invested in educational outreach.
STEM is good for students.
Jobs requiring STEM skills are growing at seven times the rate of non-STEM jobs.
Those with STEM jobs earn 26 percent higher wages than those in other jobs.
The top 10 majors with the highest median earnings are all STEM fields.
And STEM is good for our future.
While just 5 percent of U.S. workers hold jobs in STEM-related fields, they are responsible for more than 50 percent of our sustained economic growth.
A strong foundation in STEM breeds innovation, ideas and progress. In a time of intense global competition, the U.S. has the potential to lead once more.
When we get students excited about these careers, we’re creating great future employee-owners. It’s in our best interest to build relationships now with the brightest STEM workers of the next generation. We’re changing the world today. You’ll help us change the world tomorrow.