Company seeks to help close minority gap in STEM

06/17/2013 | American City Business Journals

National security and technology-innovation company Sandia National Laboratories is hosting its annual Dream Catcher Science Program to inspire American Indian students to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and math. "Our goal is to show all students that STEM fields are accessible and rewarding careers, which will ultimately help inspire a diverse science and engineering workforce," said program coordinator Aaron Niese, who added: "National statistics show that American Indian students aren't seeking those degree fields as much as others."

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