STEM – The Powerful School to Work Paradigm – Vol. 2: Interacting with STEM Teachers

STEM – The Powerful School to Work Paradigm – Vol. 2: Interacting with STEM Teachers

Author: Harry T. Roman

In these volumes, the author discusses how a good grounding in STEM principles while in school can be valuable, especially when you are identifying and selecting new employees.

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For generations, we have been led to believe smart people are what we want to hire — book smart people with high GPA scores. Nothing could be further from the truth today. Our most information-intense companies now shun traditional test scores; are looking for new employees who know how to work in teams, create new ideas, and produce new products; are articulate (both orally, and in written form); and already possess some leadership/management skills. Some great companies have even suggested going to college is not necessary for success.

The more new hires who have STEM skills, the better your company will be positioned for competitive advantage. To assure a stable and excellent supply of STEM hires, company executives (and their employees) must help play an active role in promoting STEM education at many levels — in local and state educational forums.

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