It is great that you found your place in STEM despite following a nontraditional path. However, it is increasingly more competitive and difficult to do this (and to move around once you have a career). If you were a teenager today, what would you tell yourself about taking STEM classes and preparing for your future? We want to encourage students to develop skills in STEM. For example, a 2-year STEM degree could make an incredible difference in creating an attainable future!
I didn’t graduate or don’t have a STEM degree but work in a STEM field. How do I talk about this?