I want to address the problem surrounding our country's lack of professionals in the fields of math, science and engineering. I created a program called STEM-CAM (Science, Technology, Engineer and Mathematics through building confidence, changing attitudes and creating mentoring program). The goal of STEM-CAM is to instill a passion for STEM in both elementary and middle school students through a free enrichment program outside of school. By increasing confidence, changing attitudes, and building mentoring programs, the percentage of students entering these fields will change for the better. Historically, America’s ingenuity for invention and innovation has strengthened our economic growth, global competitiveness, and our standard of living. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, one million new STEM-related jobs will become available this year but only 200,000 American college graduates (men and women) will be qualified to fill these positions. American high school students are currently ranked 48th globally in math and science education. Students, especially females and minorities, need role models who will support, encourage, and inspire them in these fields.