Student Share Out: Help Us Celebrate Inspirational STEM Educators and Mentors

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In the world of STEM education, there are exceptional educators and mentors who go above and beyond to inspire and empower students. They impart knowledge and create an environment where students feel a sense of belonging and are encouraged to pursue their passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. At Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance, we believe in the power of recognizing and celebrating these outstanding individuals who have made a lasting impact on students’ lives. That’s why we’re excited to invite students to participate in our survey to share their stories and highlight the STEM educators or mentors who have inspired them along their journey.

Share Your STEM Story

All Oklahoma kindergarten through post-secondary degree students are invited to participate in our survey and share their personal stories of inspiration and belonging in STEM. The survey is anonymous, with the option for participants to provide contact information if they’re willing to share more about their STEM Hero.

Whether it’s a teacher who sparked their love for coding, a mentor who encouraged their scientific exploration, or someone who simply believed in their abilities, this is an opportunity to express gratitude and share the positive influence of these individuals.

The survey is 13 questions or less and should take participants approximately 5 minutes.

Share Your STEM Story

Every student’s journey in STEM is unique, and behind every success story, there is often an educator or mentor who plays a pivotal role. We invite you to participate in our survey and share your experiences of being inspired and feeling a sense of belonging in STEM. Your voice matters, and by sharing your stories, you are helping us celebrate the educators and mentors who have made a significant difference in your life and inspire others to follow in their footsteps. Together, let’s recognize and honor those who have made STEM education a transformative and inclusive experience.