Inspire your students to see themselves through Diverse STEM Stories!
“I most enjoyed the opportunity for my students to see how STEM professionals were just kids with a rock collection and how they grew up to be an expert in their field.”
Open your students’ worlds to STEM career options
Build your students’ diversely-represented STEM identities through a 45 minute virtual Q&A
MARCH: WOMEN IN STEM
Now is your Time
Engage your students in a 45-minute interactive WEBCAST* conversation with a diverse STEM professional or a university student leader in STEM. You will receive a lesson plan to prepare your students to effectively engage in with the STEM professional or university student leader. Your students will learn about the journey each professional or university student leader took or are taking towards successful STEM careers and about the work they do. Through their engagement, students identify with the diverse STEM role model so they can know, “Hey, I can be a STEM leader like them”.
*We are able to use the following platforms for our program: Zoom, Google Meet, WebEx, please specify which is best for your class.
What you will get
- Lesson Plan to prepare your student to effectively engage with the guest speaker webcast.
- $25 Gift Card per enrolled program (a potential total of $150) if you share all of the following:
- The signed media release forms from at least 60% of all students
- Anonymous feedback from at least 75% of students
- Your feedback
- Any assessments
How it works
- Once registration opens you will get an email directing you where to sign up.
- Complete the registration form with the information for the teacher who will moderate the student engagement at their school.
- Sign-up for one time slot per classroom.
- Check your inbox (and junk mail, Promotions folder, Other folder) for an email from Stem Generation that shares your next steps and links to resources to help you prepare.
- We will email you a link to your assigned STEM professional’s Diverse STEM Story bio webpage so you can prepare your students using the Lesson Plan.