OMSC Webinar: Myth Busting About STEM Careersby Mary Rowland 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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Myth Busting About STEM Careers
Is there a Pre-K–Grade 12 student you really care about? On Thursday, March 23, at 7 p.m., join the Ohio Math and Science Coalition (OMSC) and other professional organizations from across Ohio to come together for a webinar with STEM experts: Mark Edington, Scott Kutz, Mark Robinson from Tech Educators and Chad Johnson and Jennifer Clark from INTEL.
In this webinar, technology teachers Mark Edington, Scott Kutz, and Mark Robinson will discuss how their STEM classes help their graduates find jobs or post-secondary studies in STEM fields like robotics and beyond. Meanwhile, Chad Johnson and Jennifer Clark will share their personal stories as to how they decided that STEM.
- When: Thursday, March 23 at 7 p.m.
- Cost: Free
- Register for the webinar
Chad Johnson Biography
Chad Johnson is a central Ohio native, from Columbus and Westerville. He currently serves as Intel’s Diversity and Inclusion Director. Chad is the INTEL supporter of Ohio’s K-12 engagement strategy. Chad graduated from Tiffin University, and earned his MBA from Morehead State University.
Jenny Clark Biography
Jenny Clark’s began her engineering career during her junior year of high school in her hometown of Canton. She graduated from Case Western Reserve
Mark Edington Biography
Mark Edington is the Director of Manufacturing Tech at the Robotics & Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education Collaborative (RAMTEC). He has more than 25 years in Engineering and Maintenance of Heavy Industry with extensive knowledge in robotics.
Mark Robinson Biography
Mark Robinson is the Director of Engineering at the Robotics & Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education Collaborative (RAMTEC). His goal is to prepare students for the shifting demands of real world manufacturing.
Scott Kuntz Biography
Scott Kutz has been teaching for 30 years at Westlake High School. The STEM Courses he teaches are architecture, design, engineering, technology and Unmanned Aircraft Systems Drone (UAS) Technology classes. His former students have gone on to work in STEM fields as architects, designers, engineers, pilots, and artisans in the USA and the world.
This webinar is sponsored by the Ohio Mathematics and Science Coalition (www.OhioMSC.net) in cooperation with the Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the Ohio Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges, the Ohio Mathematics Education Leadership Council, the Ohio Parent Teacher Association, the Ohio Section of the Mathematical Association of America, the Ohio Technology & Engineering Educators Association, and the Science Education Council of Ohio.