Poster #648 is a terrific student career ed motivational classroom poster. Women are consistently underrepresented in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fields that make up STEM. However, those are some of the most exciting and lucrative careers in the 21st century. More young girls need to be encouraged to engage in the required STEM classes needed to pursue these careers. This fun and silly career ed motivational poster from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops is the perfect way to inspire the girls and young women in your STEM classes.
Motivating and colorful, Poster #648 is part of the “Forget Princess” motivational, career educational poster line that encourages girls to reimagine what they can be when they grow up. It builds motivation for female students to consider a career as an engineer, and it can help them see the value in the content you are providing in your STEM related classes. Many girls never even consider careers in engineering, but with your guidance, a whole world of opportunity could open up to them. With all the motivational classroom posters from this series on your wall, you will show your female students that you believe in them and support their dreams. You also help shape the views of your male students, too, so they can see that women belong in those careers also.
For traditionally male-dominated fields, it can be intimidating for young women and girls to follow the educational path that could get them to their dream job in a STEM career. In a STEM classroom, career center, or counseling office, Poster #648 could be the motivation your students need to see themselves in exciting engineering careers. They will work harder in your STEM classes when they can see a clear path to success and a connection between your classroom and the real world. Get this whole series from Youth Change Workshops to change the face of STEM careers and to encourage your girls to see themselves as more than just princesses. This clever, motivational, career ed poster is a must-have for STEM classrooms everywhere.