A new law underscores the president’s hope to “develop the workforce” in the nation’s “booming economy.” 1st major ed bill signed.
choosing a career
A paid internship at the Nature Conservancy exposes city students to environmental careers. 22 years running.
Recent research studies suggest that in an increasingly interdisciplinary world, “finding your passion” isn’t as good as “developing” it.
Why are women underrepresented in certain fields, and why do they have less interest in certain careers? Society could be to blame.
Responding to popular protests, mistreating women, and acknowledging a growth culture are being hastily added to business curricula in the US.
There’s more to equality than the number of women promoted in technology-related careers or companies; end sexism.
Coloring can help relieve stress & make people feel better; art therapists help patients build relationships & grow internally.
Some appreciation for the nuance of attraction is required as we hear about case after case of powerful men taking advantage of women.
#MeToo has led to the outing of powerful men who have clearly abused and harassed women. Some people look more long-term.
Are too few women going into STEM fields because too few girls are aware of opportunities in STEM? Or is there more going on?