Until PLEN, Rachel Madore didn't know how to combine her lifelong interest in STEM and her growing interest in politics.
At the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar, Sina Kim connected with strong and intelligent women from around the country.
While at PLEN, Kristen learned that she doesn't want to pursue a career in public policy, but learned how she can stay civically engaged in many other ways.
Attending the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar showed Jayla that she could follow a winding career path that included all of her interests.
Haley O'Brien shares her initial questions about PLEN and what she learned during her week in Washington, DC.
During the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar, Isabel learned that her passion and drive means more than her major.
At the Women in STEM Policy seminar, Cierra Cowley learned about the various career paths in policy she can take as an electrical engineering major.
Lauren Adkins attended the 2018 Women in STEM Policy seminar and learned about jobs available at the intersection of STEM and policy and the importance of networking.
The PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar gave me opportunities to experience D.C. in a way you wouldn't normally do as a tourist. I found the copious amounts of panels and qualified speakers very effective in helping shape my understanding of the STEM policy field. I hope to continue to move forward in my STEM … Continue reading Experiencing Washington DC in a New Way
This past January, I had the privilege of attending PLEN’s Women in STEM Policy seminar, and it was an invaluable experience that greatly expanded my perspective on public policy. Before attending the seminar, I had only a vague understanding of the policy field. In my limited knowledge, I equated “careers in policy” with “lobbying on … Continue reading PLEN Provided Me with Resources to Be a Leader in STEM Policy