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June 22, 2014

6 Ways to Participate in From STEM to Success: A No Ceilings Conversation


What are the barriers facing women entering the STEM workforce and how can we break those ceilings? What kinds of career options exist after a STEM education?
On Monday, June 23rd, at 11:15 a.m. EDT, Chelsea Clinton will be hosting From STEM to Success: A No Ceilings Conversation about the importance of a STEM education for women and girls. This event takes place in Denver, Colorado, in advance of the Clinton Global Initiative America meeting and will be moderated by Kari Byron, co-host of Mythbusters on the Discovery Channel.  
From STEM to Success will bring together girls who are interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as well as successful women in STEM careers to share stories, accomplishments and challenges that still remain. This conversation is the fourth in a series hosted by No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project, which seeks to advance the full participation of women and girls around the world.
Here are 6 ways you can be part of this important event:
1. Watch the conversation online.
Tune into at 11:15 a.m. EDT to watch a live webcast of the dialogue.
2. Ask a question on social media.
Chelsea, Kari, and our audience want to hear your questions and they might be asked during the event. Tweet your questions to @ClintonFdn and use #NoCeilings. You can also ask a question through Facebook and share your thoughts.
3. Respond in real time.
Participate in the conversation by sharing your opinion and ideas. Answer questions 
posed to the live and virtual audience at
4. Learn the facts on STEM.
Take a look at the No Ceilings Toolkit to learn more facts about STEM and why it matters. Get up to speed on the gains we’ve seen women and girls make over the years and the challenges that still exist.
5. Get an inside look on Instagram.
Follow @ClintonFoundation and the #NoCeilings hashtag on Instagram for special coverage of the event. 
6. Catch highlights from the conversation on YouTube.
Visit the Clinton Foundation’s YouTube page for the latest videos from all the No Ceilings conversations.