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Middle School

If you’re thinking about a career in STEM, now is the time to start! The basic math and science skills you learn in junior high will be your launching point to more advanced classes in high school. This is the time when you’ll learn about how the STEM skills you’re learning translate into real careers—including biotechnology. Remember, biotech isn’t just about biology, it also employs people who have robotics, artificial intelligence, and computer science skills. Get this, studies show that that majority of junior high school students will work in jobs that don’t even exist yet. That means you might be able to use your STEM skills to create your own job in biotechnology!

Exploring STEM subjects and enhancing your skills outside of school is a great way to learn about career paths. Online courses and workshops in math concepts, genetics, app development, coding, and programming are available on a per-class or subscription basis. Here are a few to start with STEM Village, TechGirlz, and Boolean Girl.

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