Who hasn’t wished, as they stare at a blank computer screen, that they had the skills needed to solve even the most basic technical issue? Given these skills are often key to the life we lead today, there is more to be done to engender either a love, or an aptitude, for STEM.
How might we devise collaborative action to ensure we are equipping individuals with the skills needed to succeed in a workplace that is being coded, developed, and designed? How might we create learning opportunities, beyond the traditional bricks and mortar institutions, for those whose aptitude is yet to be discovered? And how might we unlock the potential for those who wish to work and for the employers seeking a skilled workforce, so that together we can unlock STEM innovations to aid us all?