The growth and sustainability of American entrepreneurism and our country’s fiscal strength is highly dependent on the ability of our economy to ensure appropriate levels of STEM employment. Accordingly, AIM for STEM Careers seeks to increase the number of underrepresented students who are prepared to pursue a career in the STEM workforce.
By the end of the program, AIM for STEM Careers participants will be able to apply career development skills to obtain STEM employment following graduation.
The program will consist of 11 interactive sessions (5 sessions in the Fall 2016 semester and 6 sessions in the Spring 2017 semester). Student participants will receive $500 for full participation and completion of the program.