As part of its commitment to helping develop the next generation of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) leaders, TI sponsored the recent Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s (CHCI) public policy panel on current and future career opportunities for Latinos in STEM.

Peter Balyta, president of TI’s Education Technology group, gave a high school student her first TI-Nspire CX handheld during the United Way’s “Nine for 90” event at the Trinity River Mission in West Dallas.

In his recent blog, Peter Balyta, president of TI’s Education Technology group, discussed why supporting STEM education and diversity in the technology field is imperative for innovation, remaining competitive and creating a more collaborative and inclusive culture. Read Peter’s blog for more information on the panel discussion, the need for increasing Latino recruitment and participation in STEM education and careers and what TI is doing to support these efforts.

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