Just like signing days for athletes, the inaugural South Carolina Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Signing Day on Tuesday, May 9, celebrates high school seniors from across the state as they make their commitments to some of the country’s top colleges and universities. These students will be applying their talents in pursuit of careers in STEM fields and putting themselves on the fast track for success.
Students will sign their STEM Letters of Intent at the Edgar Brown Building on the South Carolina State House grounds during a ceremony attended by elected officials and business and community leaders. More than 50 students from across the state have been selected through their participation in STEM Premier.
“Boeing is honored to help lift up and recognize the achievements and next steps of some of our state’s brightest minds – students who will eventually lead the way as we advance innovation and technology in the 21st century,” said Joan Robinson-Berry, Boeing South Carolina vice president and general manager.
STEM Premier, based in Mount Pleasant, is an online solution that assists students in designing a career pathway, educators in recruiting top talent to their schools, and employers in developing a stable, continuous talent pipeline.