How did you find your way into your career? Beth Valentin stumbled into an in demand, high paying, sustainable STEM career. Beth is a Quality Control Supervisor at DentalEZ Integrated Solutions. Having earned not one, but two associates of applied science degrees from a local technical school, Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, Beth is lucky, she has a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) career.
Fiona Quin is a computer programmer, registered teacher, writer, and mum to three wonderful children. Fiona has worked in the Information Technology industry as a computer programmer and test quality engineer, a Teacher in both High School and Primary School settings, and is currently the owner/operator of Stories Galore where she runs both adult and kids workshops. Fiona holds a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Education. Fiona aims to develop creativity, imagination, problem-solving, and design skills in people through combining literacy and information technology. She is an advocate of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and how we can show kids and adults the fun that can be had with STEM projects.
A great way to encourage girls' interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields is by sharing stories starring girls and women who love science and technology! Seeing female faces as scientists, whether in the lab or out in the field, is a powerful message to girls that these subjects are open to all. And, while introducing them to real-life women in STEM through biographies is important, fictional stories showing science-loving girls and women are another excellent way to entice girls with the unlimited possibilities before them.
Worldwide, only 28 percent of the researchers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are women. This number, provided by UN research, is ridiculously low and actually quite worrying about the state of the world in 2016. Great talent is being lost because women are often discouraged to progress their career in science or to study a STEM subject at university.
OneDublin.org's popular Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) series of articles and interviews profiles women with a passion for technology, a compelling story to tell and a desire to help other women pursue their dreams.
Series of articles and interviews, profiles women with a passion for technology, a compelling story to tell and a desire to help other women pursue their dreams. Each of these women is a wonderful role model for our children.
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