STEM Career Center

Mobile STEM Career Center

TechForce hits the road delivering its message that becoming a professional technician is a great career choice for those who are curious, love problem-solving, technology, and working with their hands. This new collar, STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) career is in high demand and ever-changing, and our 2,000 square foot, pop-up exhibit provides a hands-on experience for people to consider these technician careers and meet employers. 

Our Mobile STEM Career Center pops up at student STEM expos, career fairs and conferences, car shows, races and rallies offering its immersive games and activities that present the correlation between STEM subjects and auto/diesel technology. With the help of the STEM Career Center, TechForce and its partners are able to demonstrate how vehicles today are computers on wheels. 

TechForce partners are able to interact with aspiring, future techs from schools across the country, enjoy experiential marketing opportunities, and ensure both young men and women of all backgrounds see themselves in the industry. 

Thank you to Penske Truck Leasing for donating the 27′ box trailer, STEM Career Center truck making it possible to take TechForce’s message out on the road. 

Special Thanks to Our Partners

Host the STEM Career Center

To host the TechForce STEM Career Center at a location of your choosing, or to be a sponsor or bring students to the experience, contact Mike Pressendo.

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"By connecting students, instructors, industry pros and working techs, the TechForce Foundation provides unilateral support to the transportation industry’s technician recruiting needs… The administration of our Scholarships by the TechForce team has been instrumental in delivering us with a successful method to gain interest from qualified candidates as well as provide our students with additional assistance to complete their education."
Tony Farr
Ford Technical Programs Manager