November 4, 2015

Sometimes when we’re feeling stressed and overloaded we forget why we even wanted to become engineers. Busy schedules, hectic work loads, and flooded inboxes make our final goals seem so far away. But try to remember why you wanted to become an engineer in the beginning: whether it was to help others, send people to the moon, or create new computer technology.

While you’re reminiscing, check out this article by the Huffington Post called “7 Reasons Young Women Shouldn’t be Deterred from Science and Engineering Careers.” It might help you remember why you became an engineer and how we can all go on to inspire future generations of female engineers as well!

Have a great week!
Margaret

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