Our STEM Generation
Children – particularly girls – begin to shape their identities as STEM capable or incapable as early as 2nd or 3rd grade, a time when the impact of STEM role models can help shape their interests and choices throughout their education. All students benefit from engaging with diverse STEM professionals, particularly women and professionals of color. All children see that anyone can be successful leaders in STEM careers.
Your Diverse STEM Employees
Your diverse STEM employee gets to share their passion for STEM and what they love most about their careers during individual webcasts with two different classrooms of students. STEM Generation prepares teachers and students on how to engage with the STEM role models and engage in conversation.
Now is your time
Engage your diverse STEM-skilled employees as role models for students so they can identify with “Hey, I can be an engineer like her/him!” Together, let’s level the playing field.
- Align your brand with our impact.
- Highlight your commitment to STEM education & workforce equity.
- Engage your diverse STEM-skilled employees with a whole classroom of students.