The path to a STEM career is never a straight line!

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Posted November 6, 2019

There are important moments, decisions, influences, mentors and circumstances that help to guide STEM career paths.

When we reflect back on our earliest thoughts of “what do I want to be when I grow up?”, and fast forward to where we are today, we are likely to see a curvy road – likely with some bumps along the way!

It’s important to talk about this with kids today – to normalize the conversation.

It’s normal to not know “what you want to be when you grow up”.

It’s normal to change your mind.

It can even be normal to chose a less traditional path.

I valued all of the experiences I have had along my career journey. They have all helped to shape and inform who I am today, and the work that I do.

EoT STEM Ambassadors have the opportunity to be one of the guiding lights along that path.

They can shine a light on what possible and, through their own stories, help kids too see a path to becoming the next generation of problem solvers and game changers!

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