STEM student in lab

STEM

Now offering Engineering Methodologies
Start an exciting education in the field of engineering by taking the first step by enrolling in PCC’s Engineering Methodologies class. This class will explain the many disciplines in engineering as well as help you become a successful student in the field. In this class you will explore three different projects, including meccanoid robotics, Lego robotics, and Raspberry Pi’s. Sign up today. The class will meet on Monday and Wednesday’s from 10:30 to 12:10. (EGG 102, CRN 20914) Any questions about the class, contact Joey Mathews at 549-3125 or joey.mathews@pueblocc.edu.

What is STEM?

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

What is the STEM mission?

The Pueblo Community College STEM program is committed to promote awareness and student achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. To prepare students for U.S. Competitiveness, and develop lifelong learning skills, a strong work ethic, and critical thinking skills that will make them productive and successful. We will provide a seamless transfer to baccalaureate institutions by offering a transitional pathway. We continue to develop STEM curriculum to correlate with industry standards and develop hands on learning opportunities.

Why is STEM Important to You?

  • STEM career fields are increasing! STEM employment is expected to grow faster than all other occupations by 2021.
  • The median salary for STEM workers is nearly $76,000, double the median wage of other workers.
  • STEM workers find their jobs very intellectually stimulating.

Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistic (www.bls.gov/ooq)

What Kinds of STEM Careers Could You Work In?

Biology 
Chemistry 
Physics 
Pre-Engineering 
Computer Information Systems 
Math 
Health Information Technology
Web Design and Development
And More!....

STEM Students in the President's Leadership Program

STEM students of PLP is a four-semester program that focuses on a STEM field which also includes two required core leadership courses totaling six credit hours and two elective courses that the student selects from a wide choice of academic courses offered at PCC. The two required courses are Leadership (Management 224) and Introduction to Civic Leadership (Public Service 230). PCC students who successfully complete their STEM degree program as specified are also eligible to apply for a Destination CSU-Pueblo scholarship.

PCC Can Help!

  •  We help provide a STEM pathway for high school students
  •  PCC is offering a beginning engineering course, Engineering Methodologies, EGG 102
  •  Industry Engagement
  •  Workshops
  •  STEM Club for students
  •  Smooth transfer to a 4-year college

Contact

Joey Mathews
Academic Building, Room 150
719-549-3125
Joey.Mathews@pueblocc.edu

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Be part of the

Colorado Space Grant

EXPERIENCE!

The Colorado Space Grant Consortium (COSGC) is funded by NASA and is a statewide organization involving 17 colleges, universities and institutions around Colorado. It provides Colorado students access to space through innovative courses, real world hands-on Robotics and Balloon Satellites programs, and interactive outreach programs.

Students interact with engineers and scientists from NASA and aerospace companies to develop,test, and fly new space technologies and to support our outreach and teaching programs.

For more information on COSGC, contact Joey Mathews at 719.549.3125 or Joey.Mathews@pueblocc.edu

>> PCC Space Grant Application