This free, week-long event is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for students, educators, school administrators and guidance counselors to gain a first-hand glimpse into in the world’s most cutting-edge technology for the purpose of reinforcing a nationwide increase of STEM education at the secondary and post-secondary level.
A trip to the NIMS Student Skills Center is a ticket not just to IMTS, the largest manufacturing technology show in North America, but a chance to stimulate technical interest in young people, to eliminate antiquated stereotypes of STEM-related careers, and to bridge the gap between education and industry so that students are given the skills they need to pursue well-paying, highly technical careers that go beyond imagination. View the Photos from 2012 on the NIMS Student Skills Center Facebook Page. When it comes to visualizing a future career, the classroom can only go so far. Individuals at all levels of learning are invited to attend the NIMS Student Skills Center throughout the week of IMTS 2014 at no charge.
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