STEM for future aims at developing among young people an increased knowledge and culture about new professional opportunities enabled by technology, through a set of learning opportunities targeted at enhancing their STEM skills, by non-traditional learning methods. The project will involve directly some 100 students, male and female, attending upper secondary schools (age 16-19), at the dawn of a choice deeply affecting their future. It will also involve teachers, families, and a number of public and private actors in partner territories.