Will Our Kids Be Ready For Tomorrow’s Workplace?
Canadian youth will need to be problem solvers trained to think creatively and critically about the world around them. These skills are developed through science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning. While 70% of tomorrow’s top jobs in Canada will require a STEM background, including skilled trades, fewer than 50% of Canadian students are completing senior level high school science and math courses.
We need a generation of innovators and entrepreneurs. That’s why Let’s Talk Science and our partners, including Amgen Canada and 3M Canada, are leading Canada 2067 — a national initiative that asks Canadians to help shape the future of STEM learning and ensure youth have skills to thrive in the world of tomorrow.
How can we enhance STEM learning to prepare youth for the jobs of the future? Tell us at Canada2067.ca.