STEM education opportunities are becoming more and more important to fulfill the need to increase the occupational needs in fields Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
How can we help? Professionals in the field of STEM or college students with at least 2-3 years of study in a STEM field would be useful for educating our youth K-12 to support teachers, community leaders, recreational centers and other nonprofit organizations with sharing knowledge in the interest and activity of STEM occupations and education.
Our Professional Women in STEM Network (PWS Network) is on a mission to build the largest database of professional women in STEM education, careers, and fields globally. At 800+ active members in global communities across cultures, we have learned “Why we are here?” Some call it our divine purpose to make a tremendous impact on lives of young girls and women who need the extra support during pursuit of a higher education ambition, diving into entrepreneurship, or becoming a change agent in STEM education, careers, and fields around the world.
Through PWS Network continued education and research we have determined, we are on the right track toward a full speed ahead approach toward building a 1 million Professional Women in STEM Network in 10 years, starting with the foundation of the intellectual property of a Data Scientist creation of a team of 75 professional women in STEM 4 years ago. Today the network is 800+ Professional Women in STEM we call teachers on a mission to teach, coach and mentor girls and women through our experiences and expertise to work, stay, learn, and play in the world of STEM education, careers and fields.
Become a member toward impacting the statistics of girls and women in STEM!
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Teacher’s are the extended parent, friend, coach, mentor, counselor and village in the world that spend as much time with students as parents to foster key principles of important indicators for students success, character building, forward progression, team building and upward bound higher education to meet the needs of a brighter future in the young minds of tomorrow.
Ms. Brenda Badura, Teacher, Centennial High School, Roswell, GA
Ms. Cheryl Carroll, Teacher, Centennial High School, Roswell, GA
Ms. Tonya Davis, Teacher, North Springs Charter High School, Sandy Springs, GA
Ms. Laura Romero, Teacher, North Springs Charter High School, Sandy Springs, GA
In remembrance of other impactful positive teachers before you, we the Professional Women in STEM Network governing body of the National STEM Society dba SPARK STEM thank and honor you on this special day March 8, 2018 for women empowerment press for progress campaign around the world for your hard work, dedication, drive to serve students and many extended philanthropic hours of service at your local school for your local community.
Thank you for all you do.
Professional Women in STEM Network
Happy Hump Day! Of the National Engineers Week!
We know it’s been awhile since our last post but have been so busy preparing for our upcoming event for Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day #SPARKSTEM @nationalstemsociety we host on Monday of the annual National Engineering Week. We had a successful showcase of STEM at Ciena Corporation for 30 students to educate, initiate and innovate young minds of tomorrow. We are so thankful to our father in heaven to give us the strength necessary to pull off our 28th hosted SPARK STEM Day in corporate America. We, Professional Women in STEM Network of 800+ women share our Network with our youth to give them the opportunity to be introduced to education, careers and fields in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics to peek their young interest in continued education best practices to succeed in the robust world of STEM. Women, we only makeup 22% of the global STEM careers and fields don’t you think it’s time we level the playing field. Let’s do this with the @nationalstemsociety collaboration with @pinkleaderboard to impact the world of STEM education, careers and fields! All the best on this beautiful Wednesday. God bless and God speed.
Student membership is open for registration to learn more about SPARK STEM events first in your area for a chance to earn funding for college, learn when TINY SPARK Grants, scholarships, and STEM clubs reimbursement purse availability.
Membership is open!
Where is the Tiny SPARK Science and Technology Mobile Classroom located across the nation? When are SPARK STEM Bootcamps hosted and tons more to support STEM education and research initiatives in the nation and soon Canada.
Our nationally known Teachers Corner is open for support, supplies, and materials needed in classrooms across the nation. Teachers or students submit your story and classroom support needs today, while supplies last!
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In honor of Mrs. Cathy Myers and Mrs. DeMott, two inspiring and empowering retired teachers from Central High School. Go Jackets!!!
Effective: Thursday, February 1, 2018, Now Accepting Applications
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Reported from http://www.streamconnect.org “The National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) in a report released two years ago said: “Teachers of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are discovering that by adding an “A”—the arts—to STEM, learning will pick up STEAM. Students remember science learning situations that contain multi-sensory, hands-on activities or experiments.” which the arts can bring to science lessons.”
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According to a recent census report, only 24% of women in the workforce make their living in STEM careers.
That number is astounding. But if you’re looking for your jaw to hit the floor, stir racial demographics into the scenario.
When it comes to economic sustainability, STEM fields open the pathway. The more advanced degree is, the higher income it generates. So why are we relegating black and brown girls to lesser paying careers?
In 2012, white women earned 6,777 PhDs in STEM fields. On the other hand, white men earned 8,478 PhD degrees. For African American women, that number dwindles to 684—10 times fewer scientific doctorates than their white counterparts. With only 3.5% of STEM bachelor degrees, Latina women face an even larger obstacle.
STEM fields show an absence of women in color, which leaves us with two questions that need to be answered.
Why are black and brown girls underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math?
What can we do to bridge this inequity?
Why Women of Color Are Missing in STEM
The short answer: the problem starts in childhood. We need to encourage girls NOW so that they grow into smart, capable, and driven women who take their rightful place in the world of science, technology, engineering, and math.
The science of color: black and brown girls in STEM (to read full article) http://girlspursuingscience.com/black-and-brown-girls-in-stem/