The L-Dub STEAM Department is excited to host another year of inspiring and informative STEAM Cafés. During one lunch period per month, the STEAM Department will host STEAM Cafés for students to meet with female leaders in STEM fields and learn about their research or work. STEAM Cafés are a wonderful opportunity to open our students' minds to new careers and introduce students to role models. Also, STEAM Cafés are a great way to invite community members into our building without impacting class schedules or curriculum. Last year, we were honored to meet a math professor, HIV doctor, cancer researcher, computer architect, salmon ecologist, and medical devices engineer. This year, we especially welcome womxn who have followed their passion and can speak to how they apply their skills in problem-solving, empathy, collaboration, and project management.
We’re currently recruiting volunteer professionals to participate in STEAM Cafés to share their research or work with a group of 6-10 students during our lunch period once a month on Tuesdays. This year, the program is widening the lens to include people who have followed their passion and can speak to how they apply their skills in problem-solving, empathy, collaboration, and project management.
If you know of someone who may be interested in participating, please share this with them and/or point them to the sign up form!