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    The Ultimate Guide to STEM Colleges

    Posted May 9, 2017, 4:32 pm by Marie Schwartz

    We are proud to announce the publication of the digital 2017 Guide to STEM Colleges, the result of an exciting new collaboration between TeenLife Media and the National Consortium of Secondary STEM Schools (NCSSS).

    At TeenLife, we connect students, parents and educators with the best educational experiences in and out of the classroom, including summer, arts, gap-year, and STEM programs. We are particularly passionate about encouraging students to explore all that science, technology, engineering and math hold for the future.

    NCSSS is an association of the top STEM high schools in the country. It not only supports students, parents and educators, but helps to shape education opportunities and policy in science, technology, engineering and math.

    Download the STEM College Guide

    In our guide, you can meet students who are already leaders in their fields, including Indrani Das, the winner of this year’s $250,000 prize in the Regeneron Science Talent Search. You can see what STEM high schools are doing with technology like virtual reality and drones. And you can search for a STEM college or summer program in our 400 listings.

    I studied engineering only because my father encouraged me to do so - it was not a major my high school counselor suggested. But today, schools and employers agree on the importance of encouraging all students to explore STEM ideas and jobs - particularly women and underserved students. These are careers that promise satisfaction and employment for years to come.

    So let TeenLife and NCSSS show you the amazing world of STEM. Download our Guide to STEM Colleges and check out more amazing high school STEM programs at TeenLife.com. We are excited for your future.

    Download the STEM College Guide

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    Marie Schwartz

    Marie Schwartz

    Marie Schwartz is the CEO and Founder of TeenLife Media. Marie launched TeenLife in 2007 after moving to Boston with her husband and two middle school sons and discovering that there were no information resources for families with older children. Today, TeenLife's award-winning website lists thousands of summer and gap year programs, schools, college admission resources and volunteer opportunities for teens around the world.

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