Without a strong foundation in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), young people venturing into the workforce could find themselves lost in what feels like a sea of gibberish, unable to keep up. In order to prepare our kids for the competitive, high-paying jobs that lie ahead, we need to build their interest and skills in math and science now.
The latest from Connect a Million Minds.
Time Warner Cable employees Patrick Nobbman, Jon Hulsey, Scott Schmidt and John Stone drive a service truck to the FIRST Robotics Championship, where they spoke to people about how cable TV is delivered to customer homes through the TWC network.
Professional golfer Ian Poulter doesn’t attribute his success wholly to athleticism, he also gives credit to the roles math and science play in the game. Recently, he shared the science behind golf with members of a Charlotte, NC Boys & Girls Club.