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How You Can Use the Power of STEM to Change Lives

Komo News – Staff Writer

“Even if you know what STEM stands for – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – there’s a good chance you don’t know the full extent of what it means. Lee Lambert of nonprofit Washington STEM is quick to point out STEM-based skills hiding in plain view. “Anyone in construction, that’s STEM – no one can add fractions like those people! That big warehouse on the way to work could be a carpet liquidator or it could be an advanced manufacturing facility that makes precision water knives to cut through carbon fiber. That’s a STEM job too.” Any tech company counts as STEM, and so does any healthcare company, the sheet metal fabrication shop down the street, plumbers, shipbuilders and tons of other professions in Washington state.”(more)

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