KNIGHTDALE HIGH PROMOTES STEM
"Do you want to be standing outside a store at midnight buying the next new video game, or staying at home watching people buy your video game?"That question was posed last week by a recruiter to ninth through 12th graders at Knightdale High School's first STEM Expo. The expo brought businesses with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math opportunities into the school, and allowed students in various STEM classes to showcase their projects.Michael Cromartie is the engineering branch recruiter for Wake Technical Community College. He told students that simulated game development, nursing and health care are currently the biggest programs at the institution.