I have been taking a break from the blog while I focus on a few other things but I was excited to be contacted by another organization who shares my passion for encouraging girls to pursue careers in STEM subjects and so I decided to post today to share the work they are doing!
“Girls in grades K-12 are excelling in math and science, but more than half say they don’t consider careers in engineering or STEM. Teza Technologies CEO, Misha Malyshev, works with nonprofits to reverse this trend, and organize programs that teach students, especially young women, hands-on applications of science, technology, engineering and math. Girl Day takes place on February 25th and is a chance for girls to learn about engineering careers, and to celebrate the important contributions engineers make to our world.”
I am really happy to see leaders and companies like Teza Technologies taking action to help encourage girls to pursue STEM careers – let’s all continue to inspire the young STEMists we know out there!