Central Indiana students compete in STEM Games

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 5, 2016) - Dozens of students from across central Indiana will compete Saturday in the third annual STEM Games. The ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha organized the event at Carpe Diem Northwest, 5435 W. Pike Plaza Rd.

The games are designed to prepare students for future careers in science, technology, engineer and mathematics.

According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 10 fastest growing jobs from 2012-2022 all require skills in the STEM fields.  Students will participate in science experiments that deal with water quality, learn critical thinking techniques and listen to a panel of professionals in STEM fields.