Many Bexar County high school students dream of finding high-paying jobs and higher education after graduation, but few understand the opportunities available or requirements for success.
The U.S. Department of Commerce reported that women held nearly half of all jobs in the nation in 2011, but only 25% of jobs in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, or STEM, fields.
Thousands of San Antonio-area students learned to maneuver rockets, program Raspberry Pi and interact with robots during the Sixth Annual CORE4 STEM EXPO’s Latina Day on Tuesday morning.
Ask any librarian: libraries are changing.
From cloud-based companies, such as Google and Rackspace Hosting, to your bank’s mobile app for depositing a check, the society we live in is driven by technology and powered by entrepreneurs as business builders and job creators.
“The Road Not Taken – Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference” – By Robert Frost
This quote was the theme for the 4th annual youth leadership program for middle school students, jointly organized by the Alamo Asian American Chamber of Commerce Educational Foundation and Communities In Schools.
Jason Siptak’s middle school science lab leaves a lot to be desired, from an amenities standpoint.
On Saturday, June 6, The DoSeum, San Antonio’s Museum for Kids, will open at 2800 Broadway.
Officials with the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce gathered with city leaders Monday to announce the launch of San Antonio Works, a coalition of local business leaders aiming to bolster the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics-driven (STEM) workforce.
It’s hard not to feel a rush of creativity when you walk into San Antonio’s newest museum, The DoSeum – and it’s not even open yet.