Technology professionals volunteer to mentor high-school students

12/8/2013 | Columbian (Vancouver, Wash.), The

Students taking advanced science, technology, engineering and math classes at some schools in Washington state are getting assistance from mentors who volunteer through the nConnect program, an educational nonprofit. STEM professionals taking part in the program come from Hewlett-Packard, Sharp and other companies and spend time in classrooms, offering assistance with lessons and career planning.

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