I am writing this post to talk about the current scenario of gender ratio in STEM. When we join college the first thing we observe that there are very few girls. Sometimes, It is really hard to get someone to discuss your work, your personal and professional problems, even, It is very hard to get a partner for group projects.
Many girls feel that STEM is not a place for them and start quitting. Please don’t quit because you are not alone, there are many more who have been through the same situation. They also thought like you, but they opted not to quit and continued their journey to win.
There are nice talks by the girls who have come forward to share their stories. I am sharing these with you all as they might motivate you to continue your journey in STEM.
- Growing up in STEM – as a girl -By Cassidy Williams
- How to get girls to like STEM -By Heidi Olinger
- Women in STEM -By Caroline Cline
- Sharks & Female Scientists: More Alike than You Think -By Melissa Marquez
- The key to more women in technology -By Marianna Budnikova
- Conquering the Gender Gap in S.T.E.M -By Rebecca Baron
- Women in STEM: Embrace Exploration, Innovation & Discovery -By Jennifer Lopez
- How I succeeded as a woman in engineering -By Cassandra Cole
- Encouraging Math-Hating Girls and Women to Become Tech Leaders -By Emily Avant
- The vanishing Indian tech woman -By Rashmi Mohan
You all are welcomed to share your story in the comment box. Maybe someone can find you who are fighting through the same as you are or you were and it might help her. 🙂
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