A number of companies are introducing programs to draw students in elementary, middle and high school to careers in science, technology, engineering and math, according to panelists at the recent U.S. News STEM Solutions Conference. Panelists described initiatives such as internships, scholarships and online STEM resources for students, teachers and parents, but said more still must be done to recruit and graduate STEM students. "Otherwise we run the risk as businesses of losing those jobs elsewhere," Michele Aguilar Carlin of Motorola Solutions said.

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