Follow the Journey of These Women in STEM!

20 Jun 2016 | Roadtrip Nation

Tagged: Collaborators & Supporters, Possibilities, Aspire,

The number of STEM jobs is increasing—but the number of women entering these fields isn’t. We’re on a mission to change that.

Studies have shown that women are more likely to pursue and succeed in STEM fields if they see examples of women who already have. That’s why we are collaborating with AT&T, through the AT&T Aspire initiative, to send three young women on the road to seek out and interview exemplary women who are breaking down barriers in their fields—and making world-changing breakthroughs along the way.

Our three road-trippers, Elicia, Ariel, and Regina, come from very different backgrounds and concentrations—engineering, medicine, and technology, respectively—but they’re all united in their desire to use STEM to create a better world for their communities, and for future generations.

Meet the team and read the rest of post on Roadtrip Nation's blog.

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Roadtrip Nation creates self-discovery resources designed to help young people build fulfilling lives and careers around their interests. Combining self-reflection with real-world exposure, Roadtrip Nation tools enable youth to connect their interests to relevant life pathways and stay engaged with their futures. For more information, visit and For more information regarding Roadtrip Nation’s current educational initiatives with AT&T, follow them on Twitter at @RoadtripEDU and @ConnectToGood.

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