STEM Pipeline

STEM Pipeline

According to a US News report…Washington, D.C. – May 17, 2016 – The U.S. will be dependent on foreign workers to fill future STEM jobs, according to analysis of the third annual U.S. News/Raytheon STEM Index, unveiled today at usnews.com/stemindex.

O-High Technologies, LLC primarily aims to increase America’s limited STEM-talent pool by providing world-class workforce solutions to support our client’s exposure and access to highly-qualified, competent and diverse STEM talents. Our STEM Specialists are uniquely positioned to identify, develop and prepare minority candidates for successful and sustainable entry into STEM careers directly or through our school-to-workforce programs by, tapping into our pipeline network and resources (academic and industry) established over 30 years as well as, employing our own in-demand tools.

The United States was once considered the most innovative and competitive country in the world. Currently, due to a shortage of STEM-proficient workers, America no longer has that lead to claim.  Our specialists are aware of the demand for STEM skills in both STEM and non-STEM careers, the importance of STEM career exposure, STEM education, and the societal and economic benefits of promoting diversity and inclusion. Therefore, beyond workforce solutions provided to our clients, through our extensive and ever-growing pipeline, we procure opportunities to invent, innovate, and research & develop…STEM: products, programs, and events to attract under-represented and underserved STEM-communities to STEM careers and employers.

 

 

 

To learn more about America’s STEM workforce crisis please, visit the following links:

https://www.census.gov/prod/2013pubs/acs-24.pdf

https://www.usnews.com/info/blogs/press-room/articles/2016-05-17/the-us-news-raytheon-stem-index-shows-america-will-have-to-depend-on-foreign-workers-to-fill-stem-jobs

https://www.wired.com/brandlab/2015/05/5-numbers-explain-stem-diversity-matters-us/

STEM Pipeline

According to a US News report…Washington, D.C. – May 17, 2016 – The U.S. will be dependent on foreign workers to fill future STEM jobs, according to analysis of the third annual U.S. News/Raytheon STEM Index, unveiled today at usnews.com/stemindex.

O-High Technologies, LLC primarily aims to increase America’s limited STEM-talent pool by providing world-class workforce solutions to support our client’s exposure and access to highly-qualified, competent and diverse STEM talents. Our STEM Specialists are uniquely positioned to identify, develop and prepare minority candidates for successful and sustainable entry into STEM careers directly or through our school-to-workforce programs by, tapping into our pipeline network and resources (academic and industry) established over 30 years as well as, employing our own in-demand tools.

The United States was once considered the most innovative and competitive country in the world. Currently, due to a shortage of STEM-proficient workers, America no longer has that lead to claim.  Our specialists are aware of the demand for STEM skills in both STEM and non-STEM careers, the importance of STEM career exposure, STEM education, and the societal and economic benefits of promoting diversity and inclusion. Therefore, beyond workforce solutions provided to our clients, through our extensive and ever-growing pipeline, we procure opportunities to invent, innovate, and research & develop…STEM: products, programs, and events to attract under-represented and underserved STEM-communities to STEM careers and employers.

To learn more about America’s STEM workforce crisis please, visit the following links:

https://www.census.gov/prod/2013pubs/acs-24.pdf

https://www.usnews.com/info/blogs/press-room/articles/2016-05-17/the-us-news-raytheon-stem-index-shows-america-will-have-to-depend-on-foreign-workers-to-fill-stem-jobs

https://www.wired.com/brandlab/2015/05/5-numbers-explain-stem-diversity-matters-us/

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The O-High Foundation, Inc. is able to reach our targets and exceed our goals, in and beyond our immediate NYS region because of your help.  We appreciate our corporate partners, individual sponsors, and volunteer contributors. 

All levels and types of support are needed to fund, sustain and expand our current and future STEM projects and programs.  We encourage and invite supporters to help us continually provide cost-sensitive high-quality and competitive opportunities for the underrepresented and under-served STEM communities.

Contact Us.  Ask us how you can not only support but, extend your own brand’s reach and visibility.