Why women in STEM may need to get creative when seeking mentors

04/14/2014 | Huffington Post, The

Women in science, technology, engineering and math may need to get creative to find the right mentor, asserts engineer and STEM advocate Mari-Louise Ross. In this blog post, she suggests women seek mentors who challenge them, regardless of their gender or even their age. "I know a few people who, although younger and professionally still growing, have amazing passion and energy for their fields," she writes.

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