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The AEOP Journey Towards a Future in STEM

The STEM education movement is on the rise, but finding a wide variety of STEM opportunities can be challenging, let alone finding them all in one place. Through AEOP STEM opportunities, students from across the country can continue their education in STEM fields. Many students transition from the eCYBERMISSION program into the Junior Science and Humanities Symposia (JSHS) once they get to high school, and continue their goals toward a future career in STEM by seizing opportunities for grants, scholarships and apprenticeships.
Siona Beaudoin, from Michigan, began her AEOP journey with eCYBERMISSION in seventh grade, after her mother went to a Society of Women in Engineering (SWE) conference and found out about the program. With her mother acting as her advisor, she organized a group of friends who shared a common interest in STEM and formed an eCYBERMISSION team. For the next three years, she continued to participate each year submitting three different projects on topics such as ele…

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