Middle-Skill STEM Pathways Initiative

At a Glance

JFF helps states and community colleges collaborate with various community partners to align policies and practices to develop highly structured academic pathways into STEM careers that require less than a four-year degree.

Capabilities

Strategy

Research & Design

Execution & Scale

Influence

Areas of Work
  • Ensuring Equity in Advancement
  • Meeting Employer Needs
  • Preparing for the Future of Work
Experts Involved
Status
Done
Locations
  • CT
  • FL
  • OH
  • HI
  • MA
  • OK
  • VA

This initiative increases the number of underrepresented college students who succeed in STEM education that leads to well-paying middle-skill jobs. JFF helps states and community colleges collaborate with local employers, public schools, and other community partners to align policies and practices to develop highly structured academic pathways, with comprehensive student supports, into STEM careers that require less than a four-year degree.