Why is STEM important?
STEM offers more work prospects for students, a better quality of education, and a capable and competent skilled workforce for the future. As our world becomes more focused on science and technology, it is important to be prepared to keep up with the demands while ensuring your employment opportunities.
Without STEM, companies and organizations within the United States and other countries would not be able to find the workers they need to fill vital rolls needed to keep up with progress.
MENTOR MENTEE PROJECT
The implementation of Mentor-Mentee Programme is the right way forward to support national STEM agenda. STEM knowledge sharing between mentors from university students and mentees from schools is beneficial to all parties. Through this programme, both mentors and mentees are able to improve their soft skills and STEM knowledge while providing platform for engagement in STEM education, preparing them as future talents in scientific and technical fields.
In 2018, Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE) has recognized talents in STEM mentoring by introducing the STEM Mentor-Mentee Awards. Mentor Mentee programme is found to be beneficial which may lead to academic success. The components in mentoring or mentor – mentee programme are essential to improve students’ interest in STEM areas which eventually will help to grow their interest and shape their future career.
From Cradle to Career
NSA is the sole organisation that drives the STEM Mini Theater Project which carries the slogan of From Cradle to Career.
Code and Robo STEM
Learn programing, coding , Artificial Intelligence (Ai) and understand how robots works. NSA helps equip our generation with future skills and career.
Amazing STEM Agriculture
Step up your farming skills with STEM. Learn how to best farm, grow your vegetables and have it fresh on your plate.
What They Say
I am a strong proponent of STEM/STEAM education for many reasons. One being I am a maker, I like to make things, a paper plane, lego building, logo bot etc. This keeps me occupied and not get involved with “jackass” stuff. This making stuff keeps my mind active, improves critical thinking etc.
The focus of FIRST is STEM, and there’s nothing wrong with that. However the program encompasses other types of interests, and the problem starts when we start to invalidate those other fields.
As someone with a “STEM” degree working as a “STEM Professional” I so much like it.
STEAM gets us closer, but I don’t think it really does justice to just how important communication is. I like METALS, it covers things that are important.