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Promoting trade careers at Junior Achievement STEM Summit

The round-robin of their nine STEM Summit classes for the day last 30 minutes JA also has career panelists who are typically set up with three professionals who are tasked with telling the 9th grade students about their education After two years of participating in JA STEM Summits as a career panelist, I asked the directors to give me more time if they ever had any cancelations

Junior Achievement (JA) conducts several Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM) Summits each year for 9th graders to expose them to hands-on experiments with professionals employed in those fields. The round-robin of their nine STEM Summit classes for the day last 30 minutes, so they have to get with it pretty darn quick (PDQ) in order to complete the hands-on work.

JA also has career panelists who are typically set up with three professionals who are tasked

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