ABOUT USWho We Are
Welcome to SNTJ, LLC
Among the most anxiety-inducing questions among government, business, and education leaders is how to maintain American competitiveness in the global economy. The answer is, through improving science and education learning for greater numbers of students. We are a resource network with science/engineering business information and technical education information for an international readership of technologists and educators who value more diversity in the science and engineering workforce.
We began publishing a quarterly newsletter, STEM NEWS Chronicle, following the success of a regionally distributed version called STEM NEWS and have seen global readership circulation grow to over 7,000. STEM NEWS Chronicle shares information with readers on science and engineering education issues of concern, business issues, and technology developments of interest to professionals that are critical to economic development. We promote the expansion of a diverse workforce because it is this group that is engaged in the conception or creation of new knowledge or who perform research to improve or develop new concepts, theories, models, techniques, instrumentation, software, or operational methods.
Our readers are representative of an array of technical and scientific disciplines and the education systems that are preparing future leaders in the fields. (K-12/higher education) They understand the economic and social benefit reasons for the scientific and engineering workforce to include more ethnic minorities and to exhibit gender equity.
One of the goals of SNTJ is to facilitate the exchange of information featured in contributed articles for all readers including agency officials, education administrators, and business executives across many levels on engineering and technology matters and policy development important for sustaining the economy and to nurture a climate of understanding of issues impacting underrepresented minority career advancement. It is our expectation that our pages provide an open environment for readers participating in creating and deploying advanced technologies, from computing and renewable energy systems to manufacturing, aerospace, communications, robotics, healthcare, and artificial intelligence and for educators.
High school grads ready for college-level science
STEM jobs requiring some level of higher education
Projected growth of STEM jobs between 2017-2027
STEM B.S. degree graduation rate for Hispanic & Black students
Get In Touch
Lawrence King, Founder & Editor/Publisher
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2028, Mableton, GA 30126
Telephone: (770) 262-9186