Newletter from NJ Secretary of Higher Education: STEM Collaborations Breaking Barriers

Tuesday, Nov 15, 2016
by Rochelle Hendricks, NJ Secretary of Higher Education

As we work to ensure that students from all backgrounds are well-prepared to meet the future, including access to in-demand jobs, meaningful careers and productive lives, I am delighted to highlight extraordinary New Jersey programs that are models of what can be accomplished through collaboration, creativity, and commitment to excellence and equity.  STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) career opportunities abound with more than 200,000 of these high-wage, high-demand jobs to be filled by 2025.

Read the full Newsletter of the NJ Secretary of Higher Education.