Within the next five years, 740,000 job openings will be available in Washington state, and one-third of them will be jobs in the STEM field.
The Seattle area is estimated to have more than 50,000 open tech-sector jobs. Sixty percent of our high schools don’t even offer introductory computer science...
Hour of Code is a grassroots movement founded by national nonprofit Code.org to make coding more accessible.
Those who've served in the armed forces bring unique interpersonal skills to the classroom.
Just four in 10 schools in the U.S. offer a computer science course, according to Code.org.
Adding a letter to that restrictive STEM acronym — A for Arts — opens new doors to learning.
Six steps to finding and working with the person who might just guide you to glory.
Having mentors with firsthand knowledge of the process can open students' eyes to new opportunities.
Regionally, it’s expected that there will be a shortage of more than 4,100 skilled construction workers between 2018 and 2023.
The evolving economy requires more women enter the industry, and there’s plenty of room at the table.
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