Helping Atlanta-Area Students Find Their Path to a STEM Degree

Shenica Bridges-Mathieu believes exposure is key for her engineering and technology students at Arabia Mountain High School in DeKalb County. That includes exposure to a variety of colleges, scholarships, co-op programs, and pathways into careers in science and engineering.

That’s why she brought 23 of her students to the Atlanta Marriott in Buckhead Oct. 13 to an event co-hosted by the Georgia Tech College of Engineering, the Center for Engineering Education and Diversity, and the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering. The conference provided a taste of all the ways high schoolers could pursue a college degree in engineering and science as well as the impact a career in engineering could have on their lives and communities.

Read the full story on the College of Engineering website.