SIMMS — Simms High School students are preparing their projects for the "Samsung Solve For Tomorrow" national competition, where they could win $100,000 of Samsung supplies and a trip to Washington D.C if they make it to finals.
Students have to submit a project that will benefit their community, and the project must include a science and math.
Jordan Hollern, a teacher at Simms High School, thinks they don’t have enough graduates going into the STEM field. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
“The Job market is going to geared more towards STEM-related degrees and we don’t have enough of those students. So we need more engineers, we need more math mathematics, we need more scientists”.
For more information, click here to visit the Samsung Solve For Tomorrow website .