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The program is an opportunity to shape the future of the industry by imparting knowledge and insights to those who will be part of the future workforce. Mentors can share more about the STEM environment, trends, and their experiences in the field.
With the guidance of mentors, learners will be equipped with the skills of the future. Not only will they learn the theory, but also how these theories are put into practice! Being part of the mentoring program will bring the opportunity to engage with role models with real life experiences.
Thinking of taking a STEM career? Join KoneKwentuhan to find out! Take a peek at different STEM opportunities through the experiences and encouragement of our mentors in an hour-long 1-on-1 consultation.
Learning is made more fun when shared with others! Join Club Konek and discover possibilities as you build your dream career in STEM through group mentoring sessions. Seek advice from seasoned STEM professionals and grow with your peers. This program is between 1 mentor and 5-10 mentees.
Excited to deep dive into the STEM industry? Konek-todo is the program for you! Experience a whole year of mentorship and gain significant insights into what it’s like in the industry through a structured development plan. This is shared between 1 mentor and 3 other mentees.
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The STEM Library
Your one stop shop for all things STEM! Get access to STEM role models, stories, and other educational materials.
Ever wonder who gave the green light to your fave makeup? Look no further than Cosmetic Scientists! These specific types of scientists develop and perform trials on the makeup products, toiletries, perfumes, and beauty products we use on a regular basis. One such example in the country is Unilab’s UL Skin Sciences, Inc. (ULSSI), who’s in charge of everyday hygiene products like pH Care, Myra, and more.
Though they may not be part of our vocabulary now, the number of cosmetic chemists is expected to grow in the workforce between 2016 and 2026.
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