Elevating girls in STEM without diminishing boys; Lockheed Martin continues to support FIRST; FIRST gives students a career leg up
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3 Ways to Support Girls in STEM Without Diminishing Boys

Dr. Domonique Bulls, the designing STEM equity fellow for FIRST®, explores three ways to support girls in STEM without diminishing boys.

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Lockheed Martin Continues to Support Young Innovators

Lockheed Martin, a FIRST Strategic Partner, announced a $750,000 investment in FIRST to continue to nurture the scientists, engineers, and space explorers of tomorrow.

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How to Help Students Land STEM Jobs

Dave Vasko, director of advanced technology at Rockwell Automation, a FIRST Strategic Partner, spoke with EdSurge about how the skills gained in FIRST give students a leg up in their job search.

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Tech Industry Talents Join FIRST Leadership

FIRST is proud to announce two leadership team hires: Erica Fessia as the vice president of field operations and Chris Rake as the vice president of programs. Both have extensive technology industry leadership experience and a passion for advancing STEM through the mission of FIRST.

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In case you missed it, watch the video teaser for the 2019 FIRST® Robotics Competition season game DESTINATION: DEEP SPACE Presented By The Boeing Company.

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— Dean Kamen, Founder