Industry Must Do its Part to Educate the Workforce of the Future US News & World Report
October 11, 2011
EMC President and COO Howard Elias recently authored an op-ed in US News & World Report online, discussing the importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education for K-12 and college age students. As the need for STEM professionals in America continues to grow, it is more important than ever that students learn and practice STEM skills that will help them – and our country – succeed in a competitive global economy. Through their financial and volunteer support of Citizen Schools, EMC is helping to ensure a robust future STEM workforce. Read the full article here. Visit Citizen Schools plus EMC to learn more about EMC's work with Citizen Schools.