Women in STEM Career Day 2019
May 1, 2019 | CSU Long Beach
On May 1st, 250 young women students from seven Southern California high schools converged at California State University Long Beach to learn about career possibilities at EXP’s Women in STEM Career Day 2019.
The day was filled to the brim with opportunities for students to engage with nearly 40 STEM professionals, who shared their experiences and inspired them to explore careers in life sciences, technology, marine biology, and a variety of engineering fields.
Following a super-charged keynote by Dajae Williams, a manufacturing engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the students toured CSULB marine labs and design center, and Boeing’s robotics and drill labs. They also received hands-on demonstrations from Newport Environmental Nature Center, California Resource Corporation and Not Impossible Labs.