Relevance requires STEM skills
April 19, 2011 by Blandin Foundation
“Change doesn’t destroy opportunities, it simply relocates them,” said Dr. Rich Feller, professor of counseling and career development at Colorado State University recently.
Speaking to the energized crowd of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association’s national conference in Minneapolis, Feller painted an inspiring and challenging picture for those dedicated to developing America’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) workforce. Captured on video at the Foundation’s website here.
One more quip from Feller: “If you think a changing workforce is hard, you should try irrelevance.”
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