$2,500 Scholarship: STEM Works For Me
Only 15% of the scientists and engineers in the US are women, and only 20% are Black, Hispanic, or Native American. According to this study from nonprofit 100Kin10, STEM education has largely prioritized the work of white men, while minimizing, omitting, or perpetuating harmful stereotypes about the knowledge and contributions of STEM leaders of color. Students from communities underrepresented in STEM careers may be unaware of STEM career opportunities beyond the basics, and they often don’t “see” themselves represented in the field, making them feel like they don’t belong. Take our quiz to figure out what STEM careers best suit you based on your interests and personalities! Be sure to share your findings with your friend(s) to activate them to find their dream STEM career too! You’ll be entered for the opportunity to win a $2,500 scholarship.
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