Our webinars are designed to share information about STEM careers, opportunities and experiences. These events are led by students, and frequently feature special guests from across the consortium.
29/10/2020 | Alumni
Join members of the AEOP Membership Council to discuss their vision for the future of the Council and to share in your own.
14/10/2020 | Alumni
Join hosts Samina Mondal and Jordan Wartell as they honor seven Alumni Association honorees and four Alumni Challenge winners in this celebration of STEM excellence.
08/10/2020 | Alumni
Join host Katie Schneider and Drexel biologists Dr. Dane Ward and Meghan Barrett as they discuss the crises facing the world bee populations and how you can help in your own backyard. Tune in to this special Person to Person which follows up on the 2020 AEOP Alumni Challenge Sustainability Challenge.
18/08/2020 | Career Development
Join host Melissa Jones for this Person to Person Special as she interviews the extraordinary NASA Aerospace Engineer Dr. Aprille Ericsson. Learn about Dr. Ericsson’s remarkable career journey, her work on the Mars explorers, and the new space telescope. Be inspired!
04/08/2020 | College Pathways
21/07/2020 | STEM Competitions
Join host Evan Bean and guest Christopher Deleon as they explore the eCYBERMISSION and Christopher’s journey of discovery through this important AEOP program.
25/06/2020 | Career Development
Join hosts Jahin Habib and Katherine Schneider as they discuss how to successfully navigate the first time job search.
14/06/2020 | 21st Century Skills
Join our discussion of tips and suggestions for time management and balancing a full life, with hosts Noel Obi and Prarthana Prashanth.
27/05/2020 | College Readiness
Join a lively discussion of tips and suggestions for successfully navigating the college application process, with hosts Melissa Jones and Katherine Schneider – with special guest Dr. Toni Sondergeld.
13/05/2020 | Career Development
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The eCYBERMISSION Mini-Grant is intended to support teachers/program leaders as they implement eCYBERMISSION with their teams. Educators (formal and informal) of students in grades 6-9 are encouraged to apply. Special consideration is given to Title 1 schools and to those with underserved/ under-represented populations.
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