According to specialized studies, by 2020 1.9 million highly qualified professionals in Sciences, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) will be missing in Spain.
In this discussion table, key actors of Education and the IT Industry in our country will tell us about the initiatives they are carrying out to promote the scientific vocations of our students..
The objective is to show the educational community different projects from which they can benefit for their application in the classrooms. In addition, the necessary collaboration between the Public Administration and the business world will be addressed in order to promote STEM Education and, with this, to reverse the current disaffection with the technological study and its direct consequence in the lack of professionals.
Javier Domínguez, CEO PUE
- Ismael Sanz, General Director of Innovation, Scholarships and Aid for Education in the Ministry of Education of the Community of Madrid.
- Belén Gancedo, Director of Education of Microsoft Ibérica.
- David de San Benito, Responsible for Corporate Affairs Cisco Iberia
- José Luis Ojer, EMEA Sales Manager - Training Sales Specialists at Red Hat.
- Rocío Aguado González, Head of Public Sector and Training Programs for Employment at Oracle University.