To inspire other companies to create STEM career pathways for young girls, Abbott has implemented a successful high school STEM internship program and published the key to it, a detailed blueprint, so any company in any STEM industry can recreate the model.
With a dedication to developing future-ready talent, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) leads with their expertise and partners strategically to implement immersive K-12 STEM programming, support educators, empower the underrepresented, invest in research, and other efforts to prepare our youth for 21st century careers.
Leading with a belief that women can be catalysts for creating healthier people, healthier communities, and a healthier world, Johnson & Johnson is engaging with females at different pivotal points along the talent pipeline to help grow, nurture, and propel groundbreaking women leaders in STEM fields.
Texas Instruments volunteers time, expertise, and resources to execute major robotics competitions that engage students in STEM concepts, build the skills required of the 21st century workforce, and help today's students become tomorrow's inventors.
Make, Learn, Do. CTS helped build the community-based FabNewport, a program that provides alternative pathways to STEAM education for students through expert mentoring and hands-on programs that's building a sustainable talent pipeline for smart fabrics in Rhode Island.
In an effort to strengthen the future of the energy sector, ExxonMobil supports organizations that work to increase the number of well-qualified science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teachers. The company also supports increased access to high-quality, STEM education for high school students.
IBM's P-TECH 9-14 School Model provides young people, primarily from under served backgrounds, the skills and credentials required for 21st century careers. Students earn their high school diploma and a no-cost associate degree, along with workplace skills acquired through mentoring, internships, and more.