STEM Workforce Series: Georgia’s tech economy and future pipeline

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While Georgia’s STEM economy is booming, the talent pipeline is running dry. Jobs in science, technology, engineering and math will continue to go unfulfilled unless we better understand the future needs of employers and take actionable steps to fill Georgia’s STEM pipeline.

A new webinar series launching in June will focus on solutions to help strengthen Georgia’s STEM workforce and help guide state and community leaders, educators and business owners as they work to ensure Georgia’s STEM talent is robust and ready to succeed.

The four-part online series is sponsored by Science for Georgia, Technology Association of Georgia, Urban League of Greater Atlanta, Partners in Change, Literacy for All, and Science is US. There is no cost to attend the online forums, but registration is required. To learn more and register for the series, click here.

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