I will seek out mentors, more prepared and effective/Read some books like Girl’s Guide of Negotiation and Suddenly in Charge/Spread the word about University of Utah high gear camp for young women
We are going to try to get a block of time for an unconference at out next Academic Meeting
I feel empowered to be more straightforward about my needs and interest when talking with my peers, mentors, and boss. Also, I learned so much about interacting with people in CS.
I felt/liked being encouraged to do what I like as a Geek ~ People all have different types of problems, but with technology, we can work together.
I feel rejuvenated and given perspective to keep trying.
I realize I’m doing better than I thought at integrating into a tech field. And I realize presentations can be awesome.
I am more excited about being a woman in technology and am even more proud to be Geeky!
I met amazing women/Learned tips and tricks/Learned a variety of things I didn’t know/Have action items to help me in my life
I learned that I really am geeky and have knowledge to share. Also, that I’m not alone as a woman trying to make the Mom/Career balance work.
I feel rejuvenated in finding and succeeding in jobs as a geeky mother and can’t wait to see my step-daughter do some more science!
I hope we collect and post resources for students, parents, teachers and counselors in Utah. Call to action – STEM Action Center and Instructure to help with the organization.
I feel connected to a community of smart amazing, exciting, and professional women!
I made new friends and understand better how the internet works.
I am more connected with Utah’s female tech community. There’s a lot more going on than I realized!
I understand the underlying structure of the internet. I have better sense of what it is to be female in the world of STEM.
I have learned of the challenges women face in technology and shared their experiences which are valuable in professional and personal lives. And it is really refreshing to meet other people/women GEEKS.
I am going to work to create a single resource and community for learning about “Girls in STEM” in our region – learn what everyone is doing and share resources!
I’m going to look up some of the resources I learned about today! And I’m going to keep being proud to be a woman programmer!
I have gained insight into unique and adaptive educational models and how I might fit into them as an educator and a learner.
I believe I can be a programmer.
I have an appreciation for and admiration of the geeky women in my community.
I am inspired to foster love of technology and science in my daughter’s life and also in my own career. And I realize that I need a professional development plan.