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curious litle girl From Curious Little Girl to Household Breadwinner

Stephanie became an engineer, in part, because she broke a toaster.

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Ending Poverty Ending poverty - what engineers can do

Dr. Trevelyan discusses how engineers are working globally to alleviate poverty.

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Reentry Employment Opportunities (REO)

REO's goal is to develop programs to improve the workforce outcomes for returning citizens.

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Community colleges offer vital career gateway to success

"Community college is the democratization of higher education." -- Kimberly Beatty, Houston Community College.

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10 Year-Old African American Girl Studies For Math Degree at British University

Esther is one of UK's youngest students studying for a math degree.

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Let's Teach Kids to Code

Mike Resnick's mission is to help kids keep the exploration going and help them engage with technology in a way that encourages them to create and experiment.

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Let's Teach Kids to Code

Mike Resnick is making it his mission to help kids keep the exploration going. He and his team develop new interfaces to help students engage with technology, in a way that encourages them to create and experiment the way we did in kindergarten with paint.

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Ending Poverty - What Engineers Can Do

James Trevelyan discusses the important work that engineers around the world are doing to alleviate poverty. His discussion ranges from how engineers are working in Pakistan and India to disarm land mines to how communities are working to develop water systems, to grow food and to produce energy.

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