As I’ve mentioned before in previous blogs, STEM is an incredibly important part of our world. More and more industries are relying on these four components (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) in order to achieve success and make legitimate breakthroughs. STEM’s importance is being recognized. In fact, the subject has even earned a national holiday. Every November 8th, the country’s STEM educators and students join together in order to participate in a variety of events and activities in order to recognize the achievement and advancements in STEM.