Birmingham Students Get Real-World Experience in Mobility and Other Fields Through STEM Externships

Excerpt: Birmingham high school teacher Doug Baltz wanted to give his students the best STEM learning experience possible, so he chose an innovative path: taking them out of the classroom entirely and into real-world externships.

The students in Baltz’s STEMx Research and Design course at Ernest W. Seaholm High School have now done externships with mobility companies including General Motors and auto battery manufacturer A123 Systems.

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