VIDEO: STEM goes solar in Stockton
May 12, 2013
• Here’s how some students are getting a head start on careers in alternative power
• “By the time they’re done … they’re ready to get a job”
STEM education -- it's changing the future for some Central Valley high school students and is expected to help them in their careers.
In Stockton, STEM education can include a three-year series of courses on alternative forms of power, from solar power through biomass and nuclear.
It's part of a "New Energy Academy," one of five in the state, created with money from PG&E.
Watch our story here:
The DaVinci Center is holding a series of short classes this summer for students in all grades, from first through 12th. The course offerings include robotics, stop-motion animation and video production and 3-D design, along with others.
For more information, click on the link to their site below.