The foundation of America’s competitiveness in the 21st century global economy is a well-educated workforce that can work collaboratively, create and absorb new knowledge, adapt to new circumstances, perceive opportunities, and define and develop creative solutions to seemingly unsolvable problems. Since the Mecklenburg County Declaration of Independence in 1775, the people in the greater Charlotte area have distinguished themselves as world class innovators and leaders in science, commerce and industry. We can build upon and extend this heritage only by investing in a world-class education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics for the region’s greatest asset-its people.
To empower the region’s capacity to develop a talented, robust and eclectic science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) oriented workforce, capable of performing, adapting and thriving in a dynamic knowledge-driven economy.
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