Columbia Recruiting Battalion Wraps Up Successful “STEM Roadshow” Across Three States

Fort Jackson, SC – The Columbia Recruiting Battalion, stationed at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, recently concluded its highly successful “STEM Roadshow,” held from March 11th to 15th. This innovative event, spotlighting careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), spanned three states and made stops at five prestigious high schools. Adding to the event’s prestige, General Officers and Senior Enlisted Leaders returned to their hometowns to lend their support to the recruiting efforts.

The “STEM Roadshow” showcased the U.S. Army’s commitment to STEM education and the diverse career opportunities available beyond combat roles. Soldiers from all four Major Commands presented cutting-edge STEM-related equipment worth millions of dollars, providing students with firsthand exposure to advanced technologies.

A notable feature of this year’s “STEM Roadshow” was the participation of PaYs Partners as vendors. These partners collaborate with the U.S. Army to offer soldiers in relevant fields guaranteed interviews upon completing their service. This initiative facilitates a seamless transition into the civilian workforce and provides PaYs Partners with access to highly skilled talent.

The “STEM Roadshow” underscores the U.S. Army’s dedication to fostering STEM education and preparing future generations for success in diverse fields of expertise.

Fort Jackson, Columbia Recruiting Battalion