ATLANTA, GA (February 1, 2021) – NSTEM™ is thrilled to announce Maxine Cain, founder of STEM Atlanta Women as their Advisory Council Chairperson.
- NSTEM™ has partnered with STEM Atlanta Women founder, Maxine Cain, to enlighten, educate, and empower students to take advantage of the opportunities of STEM from K to Career™.
- Known for her innovative & strategic approaches to inspiring young women of color in STEM, Maxine will be the chairperson of the NSTEM™ Advisory Council.
- The two of these entities combined will shift the paradigm of how we enter the future of science, technology, engineering, and math as a nation, by breaking the barriers of education and innovation.
STEM Atlanta Women promotes equity for young women and girls in STEM fields by increasing the talent pipeline to STEM careers. This partnership will allow both groups to provide underrepresented students across the country with ample access to more quality STEM education and opportunities.
“We want to make sure students are aware, encourage them to pursue opportunities, & capture their attention, so they can understand the possibilities of technology,” Cain reveals.
National STEM Honor Society™ is on a mission to inspire and recognize the academic achievements of students from K to Career. Ms. Cain is the perfect ambassador to pioneer this frontier. Her passion to educate, enlighten, and empower the next generation of innovators is evident in the fruition of her vision.
In the 21st century, both Cain and the founder of NSTEM™, Eric Magers, agree we need to create a digital space that offers a collaborative environment for learning, innovation, and creativity.
“We need to provide resources that level the playing field”, says NSTEM™ CEO and Founder, Eric Magers, “we have the opportunity to make a difference in our country by making our students prepared in STEM education.”
Now more than ever, it is imperative that we as a nation focus on preparing more students for STEM careers, particularly those in underrepresented populations. This begins in the classroom at the earliest of ages, from kindergarten to career (From K to Career™). NSTEM™ welcoming Maxine Cain to be the first chairperson of their advisory council speaks volumes; it says, “we care and we will make a difference”, and tells us, “our future is bright.” Now students from all backgrounds and cultures have the opportunity to learn, create, and pioneer uncharted ideas.
National STEM Honor Society™ (NSTEM™) inspires and recognizes the efforts and achievements of students to become academic, community, and business leaders in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). NSTEM™ equips future leaders in an increasingly technology-driven world by nurturing STEM education and innovation through project-based learning, leadership development, and mutually beneficial collaboration among students; schools, communities, and businesses. For more information, visit us here.