Recognising that students don't apply to STEM-related degrees as much as the others, we came up with the idea of building Future Me, a start-up that can guide you through your career. Future Me is a platform where students can receive advice from people who, not long ago, were in their shoes and understand the issues they are facing! It's all about making connections and building friendships that can benefit students!Learn about us
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In this podcast episode, edventure sits with Alexandra Pacuraru, Hayaat Nankya Kagimu, and Stuthi Hegde, who are team members of Future Me, a startup that aims to encourage students to chose STEM-related careers. In this episode, it is discussed the STEM gap: Women make up only 28% of the workforce in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), and men outnumber women majoring in most STEM fields in college.