AIM for STEM Careers


Given the purpose of AIM for STEM Careers, Clemson University's Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education designed a comprehensive research study to explore the impact of the AIM for STEM Careers program on STEM students’ career orientations and employment outcomes. As a result, the research design includes descriptive and multivariate analyses.

The primary AIM for STEM Careers research goal is to produce information that facilitates the development of pedagogy, policy, and practices to enhance the diversity of the STEM workforce in the United States. Based on self-reported data collected before and after the program, as shown in Figure 1, initial statistical results indicate that AIM for STEM Careers participants self-reported growth in career self-efficacy.



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