We're all about STEM in South Jersey
The South Jersey STEM & Innovation Partnership (SJSIP) is a community of collaborative partners to improve STEM education and career pathways across southern New Jersey. Our growing community includes collaborators representing industry, post-secondary education, K-12 schools, philanthropy, small businesses and STEM-rich organizations engaged under a common vision for STEM.
The South Jersey STEM & Innovation Partnership is a diverse community of individuals, institutions and industry. We collaborate to ensure an inclusive STEM culture that champions access to innovation, opportunity, equity, and lifelong learning. We are making South Jersey the “Go-To” place for STEM Talent.
New Jersey is ranked #12 in the nation for the number of current STEM or STEM-related jobs, and by the year 2018, more than 269,000 STEM jobs will need to be filled.
Of the more than 6 million New Jersey high school students, only 1.6 million are interested in pursuing a STEM career.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that, during the period 2010 - 2020, employment in Science and Engineering occupations will grow by 18.7%, compared to 14.3% for all occupations.
Margo Venable, Dean, Camden County College
Keith Davis, President & CEO, Camden Dream Center
Ken Robell, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Salem County College