Women in STEM want girls to learn its value early

05/15/2014 | Forbes

Four women in technological fields took part in a panel discussion Thursday and emphasized that girls need more encouragement to think about careers in science, technology, engineering and math. Three of the panelists said they didn't see themselves in childhood as future computer programmers or engineers, but all four said they discovered STEM to be an ideal foundation for problem-solving and leadership skills.

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