More Austin, Texas, industry leaders should consider joining those that already are providing internships and other learning opportunities for area students, suggests Ray Almgren, chairman of the board of FIRST in Texas, a nonprofit organization designed to support student interest in science, technology, engineering and math. By inspiring students through exposure to STEM careers, businesses can help ensure there will be a sufficient number of engineers and other professionals to meet the workforce demands of the future, he writes.

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