Cape Cod Regional STEM Network Announces Jobs and Internship Page

New web page links students and adults to STEM opportunities...

The Cape Cod Regional STEM Network has announced the addition of a new Jobs and Internship Page to their website. The page lists STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) internships and job opportunities for high school students, college students, and professionals in the Cape Cod region and functions as a place to both search and list relevant opportunities.

Local companies are invited to post their internship and job listings using the easy button provided, and both students and adults seeking positions are urged to check back often as new posts are added regularly. This resource is provided to the community for free by the STEM
Network as part of their mission to be an inspiration hub for tomorrow’s innovators. The page can be found on their website at: https://capecodstemnetwork.org/work /

“The Cape Region is the epicenter for STEM-related opportunities in the Massachusetts water-based, or Blue Economy. This page is an invaluable resource to connect STEM focused businesses, students, and career seekers to the amazing opportunities right here in our backyard,” said Chris Adams, Cape Cod Regional STEM Network Advisory Board Member and Chief of Staff at the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce.

The Cape Cod Regional STEM Network, housed at Cape Cod Community College, brings together educators, school districts, business and industry partners, and community members who share a commitment to inspiring and supporting young people’s interest and achievement in STEM learning and careers.


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