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Start With Why

In this workshop students will learn how to never be bored in school again. We begin by exploring the 5 Whys through a real case study from Toyota. From there students learn how to apply the 5 Whys in their own life, and how it relates to their future STEM career. Practical tips and personal insights are shared, with plenty of guided practice to ensure students internalize the 5 Whys and reap its many benefits throughout all aspects of life.

STEM Careers 101

Knowing where to start is often the most difficult step, and this workshop is the solution! Engage your students in STEM career exploration through a variety of fun STEM career exploration games, hands-on activities, and personal reflections. Teens will get ideas flowing about types of STEM careers, complete a STEM career scavenger hunt, have candid career discussions, and walk away with real-world insights and free resources to find the perfect STEM career. Also available 100% online – click here!

College Prep Bootcamp

The essential information students need to prepare for college as a STEM major. Main topics include choosing a major, how to find and win scholarships for STEM, and surviving and thriving freshman year. Each student takes actionable steps towards preparing for college (ex: finding career/major information, generating a list of scholarships, social media STEM audit, etc). Learn the fast track to your STEM career!

They were very engaged, had great conversation about STEM careers, and couldn’t stop laughing! Thanks!”

Lena, Director of Education  – CT Women’s Hall of Fame

Your choice of hour-long workshop, each only $200

Discounts available for multiple bookings.

Includes all materials and supplies

Does not include travel (applicable only to organizations outside of Windham, Tolland, and New London Counties Connecticut).

Designed for students grades 6-12.

Maximum group size of 40 recommended.


“Career exploration is usually the last thing taught in a school year, when everyone, it seems, has run out of steam with the regularly taught science content. Students are left to flounder once they get into college, having no ideas about career options or pathways. The earlier we get the information to school students, the better informed they are to make wise career choices, and pay attention to their studies in mathematics, science, and the technology areas that may affect their future career path. CareerInSTEM can help in all of these aspects.”

Dr. Jeanelle Day, Chair – Department of Education, Eastern CT State University