The United States needs a work force skilled in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and a notable group of companies and organizations is uniting to ensure that the nation gets the message.
This summer, thousands of education, policy and industry leaders will convene in Dallas for STEM Solutions 2012, a leadership summit that will bring the best minds and best practices together on a national stage to open the conversation and develop solutions to the STEM skills shortage.
Among the stakeholders who have signed on to the summit is the National Defense Industrial Association. As one of the conference’s co-chairs, NDIA will provide topical input, expertise and support throughout the planning stages, as well as during the conference.
NDIA’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Workforce Division provides a forum for effective interaction between government, industry, academia and the public at large for the strengthening of the national security STEM work force.
The event will be held June 27-29 at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel. NDIA has negotiated a special program rate for members who register using code NDIA036.
To learn more about how to help shape the nation’s future by participating in STEM Solutions 2012, visit www.USNewsSTEMSolutions.com