Siemens Government Technologies, Inc. was platinum sponsor of the 2016 K-12 STEM Symposium for the opportunity to expose kids to its technologies, products and services. Scott Nadler, head of communications, suggests many of the important or high-paying jobs in the future are going to be in STEM-related fields. If kids are exposed to STEM as late as in high school or college, they may have already picked a career path, so it is important to expose kids early.
Siemens Government Technologies, Inc. hosted break-out classroom sessions to provide fun STEM-related activities for parents and children kindergarten to third grade, fourth to sixth grade on safe cybersecurity practices online.
The Annual K-12 STEM Symposium will be held March 25, 2017 in Herndon, Virginia. The largest K-12 STEM Symposium in the National Capital Region is a free, all-day forum that equally engages local parents, educators and children. Sign up by visiting www.stemsymposium.com.