MICHIGAN – MSU Extension 4-H is offering an online opportunity for high school youth to explore STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) career opportunities in a variety of fields. This six-week program will explore a wide range of jobs, whether students are interested in the medical field and want to help people lead healthy lives, or have dreams of flying high in aviation. With a wide range of careers represented, there’s a career field for everyone!
Beginning March 2 through April 6, this club will meet virtually on Tuesdays from 4-5 p.m. Participants will learn from experts in each of the STEAM subject areas. The program is offered free of charge, but participants must sign up to become a 4-H member. The experts in each category inculde:
Science (March 2): Family Nurse Practitioner, Geologist, Entomologists, Natural Resource Manager, Osteopathic Medicine.
Technology (March 9): GIS Specialist, Air Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician, Pilot, IT, Youngsoft, Inc. Software Company, Code Nation.
Engineering (March 16): Engineering Manager, Geological, Mechanical, Dimensional, and Environmental Engineers.
Art (March 23): Marketing Specialist, Art Exhibition Manager, Glass Blower Entrepreneur, Scene Shop Supervisor/Master Carpenter, Photographer/Videographer.
Math (March 30): Financial Educator, Branch Manager/Loan Officer, County Treasurer Office. Participants are welcome to pick which sessions they would like to attend when they register at www.events.anr.msu.edu/STEAMCareers/.
You won’t want to miss any of the sessions with the professionals that will be panelists. To receive club access, please make sure all high school youth interested are registered on 4-H Online. Please email Ally Baird at email@example.com with any questions.