Excited to see some of our members collaborating to give more students the opportunity to study STEAM.


Recognizing the need to develop a local pool of talent interested in health care-related careers, Jump Simulation , a part of OSF Innovation created the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) program in 2017.Jump STEAM courses target students in middle school all the way through college, offering hands-on experiences in everything from anatomy and physiology to developing a virtual reality experience. Hundreds of students take advantage of these courses annually, but Jump still wanted to reach more young people.

boy playing with STEAM game in a hospital bedRetrieved from: https://www.osfhealthcare.org/innovation/case-studies/pnc-grant-jump-steam/


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