STEM Jobs Joins with National 4-H Council to Build Excitement for STEM with Students, Parents and Educators 

Wide-reaching partnership kicks off on 4-H National Youth Science Day, October 7, with “Motion Commotion.”

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PITTSBURGH (October 6, 2015) – STEM JobsSM, a leader in connecting classrooms to careers and workforce development for K-12 students from coast-to-coast, and National 4-H Council, the country’s premier youth development and empowerment organization, today announced an exciting new partnership. The collaboration will launch on October 7 as part of 4-H National Youth Science Day with a supercharged “Motion Commotion” science experiment exploring the physics of distracted driving as well as targeted lesson plans and the distribution of the STEM Jobs-unique STEM Type Quiz designed to help 13- to 18-year-olds find a STEM field they love. Both partners will work together to develop additional programs and events to be rolled-out over the next twelve months. To learn more about National Youth Science Day, visit

“We’re delighted to be working with National 4-H Council, the nation’s largest and most dynamic youth development organization,” said Daniel Nichols, president of STEM Jobs. “Our shared recognition that this generation, more than any other, is a STEM generation, combined with our shared mission of developing leaders and increasing STEM literacy for all students, has led us to this dynamic partnership effort to demonstrate to young students that they really can do what they love for a living with STEM.”

“Through our 4-H programs and curriculum we aim to bring STEM concepts to life in a way that is fun—engaging youth in hands-on, interactive projects that can bring the textbook concepts to life,” said Jennifer Sirangelo, president and CEO of National 4-H Council. “Our partnership with STEM Jobs is exciting because it allows us to spark the interests of youth in STEM and empower them to lead in life today and in careers tomorrow.”

The content created and distributed as part of the partnership will reach students both at home and in school, and will sync with each quarterly issue of STEM JobsSM Magazine, which reaches millions of middle school and high school students from coast-to-coast. Topics will include avionics, geoscience, music technology, toy design, biotech, beauty, extreme sports, extreme environments and more. Among the planned materials are informative articles, expert blog posts, high-impact videos, engaging lesson plans, fast facts and infographics.

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About STEM JobsSM:

STEM Jobs delivers a number of services to colleges, employers and school districts nationwide, such as performance benchmarking, recruiting solutions, workforce advisement and professional development tools, as part of its mission to bridge the gap between the classroom and high-growth careers in STEM. The company is a division of Victory Media, a workforce development firm founded in 2001 specializing in connecting classrooms to careers and helping professionals in transition. Victory Media produces media, ratings and training solutions used by Fortune 1000 firms, colleges and school districts nationwide. In addition to STEM Jobs, its media brands include G.I. Jobs®, Military Friendly®, Military Spouse and Vetrepreneur®.

Learn more about Victory Media’s solutions or, for more information on STEM Jobs, visit

About the National 4-H Council:

4-H, the nation’s largest youth development organization, grows confident young people who are empowered for life today and prepared for career tomorrow. 4-H programs empower nearly six million young people across the U.S. through experiences that develop critical life skills. 4-H is the youth development program of our nation’s Cooperative Extension System and USDA, and serves every county and parish in the U.S. through a network of 110 public universities and more than 3000 local Extension offices. Globally, 4-H collaborates with independent programs to empower one million youth in 50 countries. The research-backed 4-H experience grows young people who are four times more likely to contribute to their communities; two times more likely to make healthier choices; two times more likely to be civically active; and two times more likely to participate in STEM programs.

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For further information or to arrange interviews, contact:

BP Media Relations, for STEM Jobs

Gabrielle Torello, 917-312-2832,, or Barbara Pflughaupt, 212-707-8181,

National 4-H Council

Dvon Holland, 301-961-2899,

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