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Lauren Do
Lauren Do
Army Education Outreach Program
Don’t be afraid to reach for things outside your comfort zone. You never know what you may end up enjoying or how much you can really accomplish until you try.
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Caroline Gschwend
Caroline Gschwend
iD Coding & Engineering Academy Stanford
Find a passion for a particular field and develop related skills. Embrace your differences, for they are what individualize you.
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Jian Huang
Jian Huang
Engineering Summer Academy at Penn
Reading the codes can be so enjoyable and seeing the correct outputs on the screen provide me with great satisfaction. After the program I decided to major in computer science and choose programming as my future career.
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Tony Zheng
Tony Zheng
Engineering Summer Academy at Penn
Passion will be crucial if you want a career in STEM, and often times you just have to keep trying new things to find your true passion.
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Rebecca Garcia
Rebecca Garcia
iD Tech Camps
iD Tech alumna Rebecca Garcia says that iD Tech Camps altered the course of her life, showing her that technology could be a fun and rewarding career...
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Emma Abramson
Emma Abramson
Summer Discovery
My favorite part of science is the fact that there are always so many unknown parts of science waiting to be discovered. In neuroscience...
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Katherine Lau
Katherine Lau
Rutgers University - New Brunswick
When I was younger I found that science and math always came easy to me - it made sense and it was interesting.
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Andrew, Tyler and Antonia
Andrew, Tyler and Antonia
West Virginia University
Physics majors Andrew Shaw, Tyler Matheny and Antonia Orsini looked to the skies and made an exciting discovery — six pulsars.
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Dulce
Dulce
MINES CAMP AT MONTANA TECH
I really enjoyed my time at MINES. I am interested in STEM because I am interested in science related topics, specifically health care...
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Brittany Vitkovich
Brittany Vitkovich
Milwaukee School of Engineering,
As a senior reflecting back on her time at Milwaukee School of Engineering, Brittany Vitkovich can easily say choosing to attend MSOE and major in architectural engineering was an excellent decision.
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Brittany Richards
Brittany Richards
SUNY College of Technology-Alfred
I came for a campus visit and went on a department tour, and the professors were very nice. They took me into a crime-scene-like room...
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Heather Skovgard
Heather Skovgard
Northwest Nazarene University
I think one very important skill I have learned is communication of very technical information to the average person, which engineers have to do all the time.
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Sierra
Sierra
MINES Camp at Montana Tech
The STEM program has given me a better idea of what I want to pursue in college, so STEM has basically shaped the rest of my life and I am hopeful that I will get to pursue an engineering degree.
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Russell Kiewala
Russell Kiewala
Boston Leadership Institute
Attending a summer program is undeniably one of the best ways to explore potential careers and make lasting friendships
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Drew Johnson
Drew Johnson
NORTHWEST NAZARENE UNIVERSITY
STEM has given me the knowledge to tackle a project that I may only know a little bit about and learn the rest along the way.
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Shaunte
Shaunte
MINES SUMMER CAMP
When I was accepted early decision into my alma mater, I could not wait to step foot on campus for freshman orientation in August.
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Alexandria
Alexandria
MINES SUMMER CAMP
MINES Summer Camp has shown me that women are just as capable, if not more capable, of succeeding as a scientist or an engineer.
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Connor Yeh
Connor Yeh
EXPERIENCE AMERICA
I would definitely recommend this experience to anyone, especially beginners interested in game development.
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Daniel Carpenter
Daniel Carpenter
UNIVERSITY OF ADVANCING TECHNOLOGY
My favorite learning experience has been programming. Learning how to turn a few characters and words into something tangible is exciting and rewarding.
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