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Posted January 22, 2020

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STEM outreach 2-for-1

These days nothing’s free!

But, we all love a bargain…..right?!?

STEM outreach is like getting 2 things for the price of 1.

Kids get a fun & exciting STEM experience they will remember.

And, you get to improve your communication skills & reignite the passion you had for your profession!

See…..2-for-1!

Sound too good to be true?

Here’s what STEM professionals are telling us about the experience…

It’s like the kid’s energy was contagious! I went back to work inspired!

This experience forced me to think back to the time when I had to make decisions about my career path. I was able to create a real connection with the students!

I learned that there I have to use different approached to get my point across. What works with one kid doesn’t work with another one. I think it made me a better communicator.

And we know that the kids have a great time! EoT STEM outreach is strategically designed and integrates research-based methods to create impact.

It’s not too late to get in on this great deal 😉 Unlike most sales, our’s is not a “limited time offer”….lol!

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