An interest in STEM education needs to start early

When it comes to STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and math) an overwhelming majority of our high school students aren’t getting the necessary education to prepare themselves for college-level courses. This is particularly troubling when you consider that 80% of the fastest growing jobs are in STEM-related fields, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Go to subaru.com/loves-learning to learn more about how you can help close this gap and support students’ interests in STEM.

Subaru and AAAS also invite you to spark a child’s interest in science today by downloading the Science Booklet, which includes five fun experiments using common materials found around the house.

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