Imagine Your Future in STEM
Autism and STEM: Fostering Balanced and Inclusive Communities at School and at Work
On May 11, 2019, Stairway to STEM joined Bellevue College’s RISE Learning Institute, STEM to Stern, and Autism Spectrum Navigators cohort programs to share exciting, relevant content for autistic high school and college students, as well as family members, educators, and professionals who support them.
STEM faculty and students shared best practices. Autistic educators presented on Preparing for Academic and Professional Success. A panel of Microsoft employees from their Autistic Community joined us to share about finding internal motivation and working with executive functioning, as well as to answer questions from the audience!
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Additionally, for a limited time, registrants will receive a hardcopy of STS’s upcoming second eBook, Imagine Your Future in STEM. Curated STS content on the college transition, collegiate success, and further educational and workforce opportunities.
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This Material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1737768. Any opinions, finding, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.