FULL STEM AHEAD Long Island – Crushin’ it with Composites
In this first episode of Full STEM Ahead Long Island, learn about composites and what STEM career paths are available in this industry! Discover how composites are used in the military and for fun, in what way, and how Long Island companies are leading the way, and making contributions to this growing industry. Hear from GSE Composites, Inc. located in Hauppuage and Nature Shapes in Sayville. Long Island is crushing’ it with composites!
Nearly every job today requires some level of competence in science and technology. The Long Island STEM Hub Industry partners work together to offer students and teachers an opportunity to spend time in science, technology, engineering, or math related industry/research settings. Hub partners offer internships, programs that give insights to the needs of industry, workplace visits, and hands-on learning experiences in a variety of settings. Explore our site to learn more about Long Island STEM.
If you are already interested in STEM, or just thinking you might want to explore it, check out the Connect to Tech STEM Search Engine. The best places to get started include: your own school (electives, clubs, guidance counselors), a local museum or research organization such as the Cradle of Aviation, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cold […]Read More
Teachers often don’t have the opportunity to see how industry applies the content taught in the classroom. Join our mailing list for updates on opportunities for teachers to meet and collaborate with our industry partners. Opportunities include: The annual Long Island STEM Hub Student and Industry Showcase with a program featuring business leaders sharing their […]Read More
A highly competent workforce is the end goal of the Long Island STEM Hub. Every business needs people who possess skills taught in STEM based academics. Innovation, particularly technology innovation, is a hallmark of the Long Island region. Industry leaders on Long Island know that success is tied to a strong workforce and the simple […]Read More
The Long Island STEM Hub is a consortium of Long Island leaders who believe that we can do great things working together. We are a group that recognizes that when a workforce possesses strong science, technology, engineering and mathematics based skills it will drive our economy, retain our businesses, and draw more businesses to our […]Read More
Industry Leaders – Engage
Interested in joining our Hub community? Wondering if you can or if it is worth your time? The testimonials below will give you a glimpse into what it's like to work with us. The Long Island business leaders that are part of the LI STEM Hub know and understand that working together as a regional team will garner us the most results. Your participation can create a ripple effect reaching students across Long Island and inspiring them to take relevant courses to make a positive impact in your field. Don't wait, be a part of the strengthening STEM workforce on Long Island.
I have been a participant in the Long Island STEM-HUB activities since 2013. I can’t emphasize enough how important the HUB’s efforts are in fostering the network of student, teacher, administrator, NGO’s and governmental entities in maintaining the flow of STEM (STEAM) related information on workshops, training forums, and conferences. The future of STEM career development on Long Island depends on the Long Island STEM Hub. Bravo! Keep up the great work on STEM and I look forward to all the future activities.John T. Tanacredi, Ph.D.Executive Director, CERCOM (Center for Environmental Research & Coastal Oceans Monitoring)
I have been involved in the Long Island STEM Hub since its inception. If we are going to maintain a thriving economy and the legacy of Long Island as a high technology region with exceptional problem solving skills and engineering capabilities, we need to invest in our next generation workforce. I have found my time spent with dedicated professionals to be extremely rewarding, both personally and professionally. The Long Island STEM Hub has been a great catalyst to get more industry representatives working with our academic institutions to ensure the workforce we need for tomorrow is being properly trained today.John D. Cameron, Jr., P.EManaging Partner, Cameron Engineering
The importance of STEM to Northwell is critical to the development of a workforce pipeline for healthcare. STEM education provides the skillsets necessary to support the evolution of the healthcare industry. This positions students to pursue many careers from clinically focused technicians to telehealth administrators; Registered Nurses to Physicians; Informatics, robotics and other careers in healthcare that have yet to be identified. Northwell is proud of our partnership with the Long Island STEM Hub and is committed to supporting and promoting this initiative.Cheryl DavidsonSr. Director, Workforce Readiness
The Cradle of Aviation has been proud to serve as the Nassau County anchor site for the Long Island STEM Hub. Participating in this initiative with industry, academic, museum and other organizations interested in working together to encourage students to participate in science, technology, engineering and math is making a difference for Long Island. We are working more closely together, coordinating activities more frequently, and building programs collaboratively. It has been good for the Cradle of Aviation and good for Long Island as we prepare our local students for the jobs right here at home.Andrew PartonExecutive Director, Cradle of Aviation
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In The News
Are you, or do you know a College or High School student who is curious about Science and would like to meet people in various Science careers? Molloy College has an exclusive opportunity, the chance to meet professionals in the Sciences! Once a month Molloy College hosts a scientist or academician at The Explorer’s Club, […]Read More
On Memorial Day weekend, the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) hosted a 24-hour hackathon that welcomed nearly 200 high school students from around the Northeast and beyond. The event was organized by TeenHacks LI, a nonprofit founded by entrepreneurial students Wesley Pergament and Jeffrey Yu of Jericho and Roslyn high schools, respectively. The hackathon […]Read More
Check out these FREE lectures at the Explorers Club in New York City! Free with a student ID and open to the public for $10 admission. Light breakfast is served at 9:30 am and lectures begin at 10am and end by 12 noon. March 30, 2019 – Barcode Long Island – Exploring Biodiversity in a […]Read More