Explore the STEM Field That's Right for You at the Festival's Career Pavilion!
Want the latest information on the wide array of hot STEM careers available today, or are you searching for that particular STEM profession that is just right for you? Get it all -- and more -- at the 4th USA Science & Engineering Festival's finale Expo in April 2016 when noted management and technology consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton hosts the dynamic three-day STEM Career Pavilion.
Be at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. next April 15-17 when scientists, engineers, STEM companies, organizations, universities and colleges representing the hottest STEM frontiers today give students exciting insight into these careers. So click here for more details, and mark your calendar now!
Hugely popular at last year's Festival Expo, the STEM Career Pavilion returns in 2016 with an even more fascinating, hands-on agenda designed to give students the chance to explore such cutting-edge careers as renewable energy, robotics, space tourism, nanotechnology, virtual reality, biotech entrepreneurial startups, skilled trades, clean technology, genetics, education, and many other exciting fields -- including the training required, salary and earning potential, and other personal rewards.
Note: If you are a STEM professional or represent an organization or higher education institution in such careers, please join us as a Pavilion presenter to help make a difference in informing and inspiring the next generation of STEM innovators! For more information and how to apply to participate, click here.
Four different kinds of activities will take place in the Pavilion:
1. College Fair – Students meet representatives from some of the leading colleges and universities focused on STEM.
2. STEM Programs Exposition – Opportunity for visitors to find out about internships, mentorships, scholarships and after-school programs.
3. Job Fair – Gives students and others the chance to meet some of the companies now recruiting for STEM-related professionals.
4. Meet the Scientists & Engineers – Allows students to personally meet real-life role models in STEM.
Click here for further details on each of these categories! Also stay tuned to this Newsletter for additional information as plans for this unforgettable STEM career experience develops.