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1 Overview The Third STEM Crisis: The Faulty STEM Pipeline Our Current Challenge A View of the STEM Enterprise The Role of GMiS as a STEM Diversity Non- Profit The Role of Higher Education Institutions

2 The Third STEM Crisis An increasing dependency ratio A tripling of an increasing young, Hispanic demographic that is projected to be 29% of the U.S. population by A persistent, 35 year, downward trend among incoming college students intending to major in engineering An increasing demand for a technically-talented STEM workforce to sustain the U.S. as the global innovative leader

3 Eight Decades of Actual and Projected Hispanic Population Growth

4 The Third STEM Crisis An increasing dependency ratio A tripling of an increasing young, Hispanic demographic that is projected to be 29% of the U.S. population by A persistent, 35 year, downward trend among incoming college students intending to major in engineering An increasing demand for a technically-talented STEM workforce to sustain the U.S. as the global innovative leader

5 The STEM Challenge As a community of academics and non- profits we need to collectively engage in more proactive and effective efforts to broaden participation among the underserved and underrepresented communities.

6 Our Priorities 1.Increase the Will for STEM partnerships, and 2.Increase the Effectiveness of partnership efforts to significantly impact broadened participation of our underrepresented students in STEM!

7 The STEM Enterprise 1.Congress and STEM-related policies 2.Corporate America & Government Agencies 3.K-20 Education – including MSIs 4.Non-Profits – including STEM Diversity Non- Profits 5.Parents and Families

8 Demand & Supply Sides Supply Side K-20 Education STEM Diversity Non-Profits STEM Non-Profits – General, Technical, Professional Demand Side 3.4 M STEM Jobs Currently Available

9 GMiS Vision & Mission VISION Be a national leader in keeping America technologically strong by promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math careers especially in underserved communities. MISSION To inspire and motivate underserved students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math To enlighten and engage families, educators, communities and employers to assist underserved students pursuing STEM careers To inspire our nation through recognition of the achievements of Hispanics and other role models in STEM To enable and leverage Hispanic STEM talent to play a leadership role To collaborate and cooperate nationally within the STEM community

10 HENAAC Awards and Hall of Fame Recognition of over 650 Hispanic Professionals, executives and student leaders with a prestigious HENAAC award The Hall of Fame was established in 1998 to recognize the world class achievements among its winners which now boasts 31 distinguished members. Museum Exhibit, which consists of a graphite portrait of each member, is a one-of a kind exhibit of our nation's leading Hispanic engineers and scientists.

11 Viva Technology TM Celebrating 10 Years of Service Viva Technology TM is designed to engage inner-city and rural K- 12 students, teachers and parents in activities that stimulate their interest in the applications of technology and open doors to academic achievement in STEM subjects.

12 AIMS Model AIMSAIMS Awareness  Achievement Inspiration  Innovation Motivation  Matriculation Skills  Success

13 Hispanic Undergraduate, Degree- Seeking, Engineering Enrollment at ABET-EAC Accredited Institutions

14 Hispanic Undergraduate FTE in Engineering at ABET-EAC Institutions by Hispanic-Serving Institutions

15 STEM Pipeline Panelists MESA USA - Project Lead the Way - NACME -. American Institutes for Research – Florida International University, Office of Student Access and Success –

16 In Closing 1.Increase the Will for STEM partnerships among those of us here today, and

17 In Closing 2. In crease the Effectiveness of partnership efforts not only among ourselves but also with Congress, Corporate America, Government, Families and Parents to significantly impact broadened participation of our underrepresented students in STEM.


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