What is STEM?
STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
A report by the U.S. Department of Commerce predicts that STEM jobs are expected to grow 8.9 percent from 2014 to 2024. However, STEM is not just for techies and nerds. As technology impacts every aspect of our lives, even occupations not labeled as STEM jobs are requiring more STEM skills. STEM professionals earn more than their non-STEM counterparts, but the rewards of a STEM education go well beyond a higher paycheck. Explore NTCC's STEM programs today.
Friday, September 21, 2018 from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Hazardous Materials Awareness course involves 8 hours of classroom instruction, case studies, and interactive tabletop scenarios emphasizing awareness of the materials that are handled, transported, or loaded and unloaded through mechanisms such as labels and markings, shipping documents, or information stations.
Summer Camps 2018
Astro Camp @ Lacombe
Astro Camp @ Bogalusa
Escape to STEM: Outbreak! @ Lacombe
Starlab® features a portable digital planetarium which sets up in a school gym or similar large room. Programs are customizable to any grade level. For information and to reserve a STARLAB® assembly at your school, call
985-545-1500 or email: STEM@NorthshoreCollege.Edu.
STEM Club is open to all active NTCC students who are in good standing. We encourage faculty participation as well! Members promote science technology engineering and math careers, explore topics of interest and participate at STEM-related functions. STEM club provides experiences that typically cannot be offered in a classroom setting due to location, time, or curriculum requirements. Listen to your inner nerd and Join STEM Club!