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Virtual STEM Career Fair

Meet Three Experts Changing the Face of STEM

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 1:00 PM Eastern Time

A career in STEM can be incredibly exciting—especially when it’s your job to study American black bears in the Western Great Basin, to advocate for the benefits nature provides to people in cities, or to act as a test engineer on airplane engines. Sounds awesome, doesn’t it?

Join us as we talk to three STEM professionals about their careers in engineering, ecology, and advocacy, and how they got to where they are today. This live event will bring to life the wide array of potential STEM careers for your students, with a specific focus on diversity and inclusion in the field.

Panelists will explore and discuss their journey to becoming professionals, what they love about their work, and what students from all walks of life can bring to STEM fields. Your students will be able to ask questions along the way and interact live with each professional.

The discussion will ignite a fire for STEM careers that your students may not have considered yet. It’s eye-opening! And we hope you’ll join us.

Presented by EarthEcho International's new STEMExplore program in partnership with The Nature Conservancy's Nature Works Everywhere program.