Manufacturing and Workforce Partnerships

Examining methods for cultivating a twenty-first century STEM and advanced manufacturing workforce in the United States

To compete in the twenty-first century, the United States must make reforms to attract high-tech talent from abroad while investing in the next generation of STEM professionals at home. From PhD physicists to cleanroom technicians, a diverse array of occupations and industry-relevant skills are necessary for maintaining U.S. economic and technological competitiveness.

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