Thousands of years ago, our ancestors managed to live, sleep, eat and reproduce. Without science, technology, engineering, and math or simply STEM education, they did receive all the basic physiological needs. However, I can’t imagine it was an easy life. Without a good place to live, good clothes to wear, healthy foods to eat, diseases and early deaths, our ancestors lived a very difficult life. Today, it’s all changed because of the advancement in STEM sectors. We live in a world where billions of events occur every day. With all these events occurring, an innumerable number of questions arises due to curiosity in our mind. All these questions can be explained with the help of science.Today many people have access to electronic devices. With the help of a microscope and telescope, we discovered a whole new world. Due to the huge improvements in the electronic communication, our gigantic world has become smaller as we’re all connected to one another as never before. This all is possible due to the advancement of technology. Engineering has given us with strong infrastructures like roads, bridges, buildings that can protect us by better withstanding the terrors of the natural world. Mathematics is used not only in banks or restaurants for managing money but is also used in every other STEM field. Listed above were some of the myriad benefits our society has received through STEM education that makes our lives easier and efficient than that of our ancestors. Advancements in STEM education will open new doors and possibilities that will help shape a better future. It will solve the problem of depleting resources, global warming and life taking diseases like cancer and ALS. According to US Department of Commerce, from 2008 – 2018 STEM jobs are likely to grow up to 17% than non-STEM jobs of only 9.8% (2). With the growing job opportunities, we can certainly say that the economy of the future will have benefits from STEM education. It will Multicultural diversity is important in these fields because it helps us to be more innovative. Different people have different life experiences hence bringing them together will introduce new ideas and concepts that were not considered before making us able to advance more faster. Moving to the USA a year and a half ago, I have experienced new cultures, perspectives, skills, ideas, and concepts that have helped me to approach events in a different way. Meeting new people through school and volunteering, I have been exposed to new culture, traditions, and practices that are unlike my own. It has not only heightened my social development but also has made me smarter and innovative.