Focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, STEM schools are revolutionizing how students learn while creating the nation’s future leaders.
Northeast Ohio is one of the best places for new college grads; and the experts at Bloomberg BusinessWeek just highlighted that fact. In the publication’s latest list of “Best Cities for New College Grads,” Cleveland ranked 17, up 11 spots from its 2009 ranking. We’re ahead of places like Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Charlotte, Cincinnati and Tampa.
While Northeast Ohio’s diverse economy is creating new opportunities for workers, colleges and universities across The Plus are instituting programs to prepare students for careers in growing industries like bioscience, advanced manufacturing and advanced energy.
Learn more about some of Northeast Ohio’s many colleges and universities by watching these videos!
Northeast Ohio colleges and universities not only educate residents and transplants; they are also major employers and invest in programs and projects that impact the local and regional economy. With an estimated $2.8 billion in annual expenditures at our region’s colleges, higher education is a significant economic driver.