On Wednesday, March 5, 2014, Orlando Science Center and partners will take to the Florida Capitol in Tallahassee to highlight the importance of science, technology, engineering and math education and how strategic partnerships can build the pipeline for tomorrow's technology workers today.

Joining Orlando Science Center is Lockheed Martin, Museum of Science and Industry (Tampa), Florida State University, First Robotics, STEM Sim Ex and Team Orlando. Participants will set up in the courtyard and inside the Capitol building with experiments, flight simulators and more. State legislators will be engaged in hands-on activities while discussing the importance of STEM learning in growing Florida's technological workforce.

Watch the video below to see how science centers, education and industry are crucial to building the STEM pipeline.


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