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STEM education

We encourage the pursuit of math and science through a variety of programs. By making a joint effort with other leaders and organizations, we’re putting science and math fluency on the fast track. 

Math and Science Initiatives

Closing the learning gap

Engineers help shape the future. Whether it’s developing new fuel sources, managing energy resources more efficiently or exploring the outer edges of the universe, engineers make it happen. But not enough U.S. students are pursuing engineering or other careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). By supporting programs that improve teaching and learning in these key areas, ExxonMobil is dedicated to making a difference in our children’s lives and our nation’s future.

$1.25B

contributed to education programs around the world by ExxonMobil since 2000

Students in Fort Worth, Texas at NMSI’s College Readiness Program.
Students in Fort Worth, Texas, participating in NMSI’s College Readiness Program.

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Our partners in supporting education worldwide Teachers are critical to the success of our students and future workforce, which is why ExxonMobil supports organizations that work directly with educators. Partners like the UTeach Institute, National Math and Science Initiative and Teach for America ensure that classroom teachers are well-prepared and able to help students develop the knowledge and skills to succeed in college and future careers.

STEM education Article Oct. 31, 2018

United States education initiatives Education is the fundamental building block of individual opportunity and economic growth, and STEM skills, in particular, are critical. We have focused our U.S. education programs to help address the STEM challenge and are investing in those with the potential to make a meaningful national impact.

STEM education Article Aug. 30, 2018

International education initiatives Education ranks as one of the most important policy issues to improve global economic development. We work to ensure that access to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education is made widely available.

STEM education Article Aug. 30, 2018

"A teacher affects eternity..." Research shows that the most important factor in classroom success isn’t books or facilities or computers – though these certainly play a role. It’s teachers. That’s something to keep in mind as we observe National Teacher Appreciation Week.

STEM education Blog May 10, 2018

A new attitude in Pemberton: celebrating NMSI National Math and Science Initiative celebrates 10 years of empowering teachers.

STEM education Energy Factor May 8, 2018