Diversity in STEM Education

To increase the pool of historically underrepresented and under-served students who will be prepared to enter and complete post-secondary studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); thus creating a diverse and globally competitive workforce.

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July 12, 2014
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SECME: Diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education

SECME Professional Development: Igniting Minds Through STEM Education!

  • SECME programs continue to show significant impact on student academic achievement, selection of STEM majors, and college access. The SECME 2011 Student Survey demonstrates SECME students overwhelmingly report that being involved in a SECME program has influenced their decisions to attend college and their choices of majors. Additionally, The SECME 2011 Junior/Senior Survey results reveal SECME students' SAT scores exceed those of their peers when compared to national statistics.
  • Join the SECME Alliance!
    Industry Partners, Member Universities, K-12 School

    Become an Industry Partner in the SECME Alliance and demonstrate your support of local educators and schools by enhancing K-12 opportunities for students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
    Become a Member of the SECME University Council and partner with SECME, local school districts, and industry partners and use a proven framework to engage and prepare underrepresented K-12 students to be ready for majors and careers in engineering and the sciences.
    Become a SECME school and use the support and resources offered to you from SECME's Alliance Partners and impact student achievement and postsecondary access in science, technology, math, and engineering.


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