Passion & Pathways: A New Virtual Series for Teens

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The Cambridge Public Library STEAM Academy, in partnership with local non-profit organization Innovators for Purpose (iFp), is launching Passion & Pathways Talks, a free webinar series for teens. 

Each Thursday teens will have the opportunity to learn from designers, scientists, engineers, business professionals and others, who will share the stories and pathways to their careers. Speakers will address questions such as: "What’s most interesting about your job? What was your pathway to your field? What skills are needed to pursue work in your field?" Teens can ask follow-up questions to get an insider's view of possible career paths. 

 

Stephanie Cheng is product lead for animation at Netflix.  She is focused on building out technology in their new animation studio. Previously, she has worked in gaming, as well as politics, building tools for Hillary's 2016 campaign. Stephanie is Stanford and MIT Sloan School grad. Andrew Innes is Founder & CEO of Anomia Press. At the age of 12, he developed the idea of the table top game Anomia. It has now sold over 1 million units and is available in 15+ languages and 21 countries. Andrew is a graduate of Oberlin College

Register below. Zoom login link will be emailed to registrants one hour before the event begins.

This webinar is free and open to the public and is not recorded. We can accommodate up to 100 attendees.

 

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