Documentary “STEM eXposure: The Meyerhoff Influence” Focused on African-American STEM Education Premieres
STEM eXposure is a documentary that profiles six young black scientists and engineers who have faced and overcome numerous challenges while pursuing their careers. It explores the everyday hardships faced being black within STEM related fields.
In addition to chronicling the participant’s lives, the documentary also features special segments like Beautiful Geniuses, Rising Star Okey Enyia and Lessons from the Top.
STEM eXposure serves as a point of reference for students who plan to pursue careers in these particular fields. It also provides information and strategies for educators and parents.
The documentary will be available at www.stemexposure.com on March 3rd.
Launched in 2010, STEMcp.com is an online resource for parents, students and educators to promote and encourage African American students to pursue careers in science and engineering. STEMcp bridges the gap between corporations who are seeking a fresh and effective online communications platform, to reach young diverse audiences in the pipeline for S.T.E.M. careers, and the students who will serve as talented leaders within the science and engineering community.
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