STEMzone brings mobile science programs to North Dakota schools

STEM-related jobs offer some of the highest paying salaries in the country and are in big demand. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, college-educated STEM job holders earn up to 39% more an hour than non-STEM employees, with the same education.
Many schools in North Dakota don’t have the resources or funds to offer these types of courses.
That’s why Gateway to Science created STEMzone. The program delivers ready to go, hands-on STEM activities to schools and other organizations.
They set it up like a carnival and it’s all mobile. They go to different schools around the state and they told me they have gone as far as Minnesota.
KX got to check out one of their most recent events they held at Prairie Rose Elementary.