Not Just A Skinny Blonde: Technology Is For Girls Too

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  • Published on:  6/25/2014
  • Jessie Jane from lilyshop.com talks about how to inspire our girls to be confident and learn about STEM.

    Join VERIZON® in encouraging her love for STEM subjects, #InspireHerMind. To learn more, visit http://bit.ly/VerizonSTEM04
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  • b l (Jul 2, 2014)

    hell yeah this is great!

  • thumbtak (Dec 23, 2015)

    +Kosta Nenadic Exactly! Just be you, not what others want it think you should be. Remove the gender stereotype from yourself.

  • b l (Jul 23, 2015)

    You don't know what you're talking about, and obviously aren't willing to listen so i'm gonna try not to respond.

  • Christen Lehmann (Jul 1, 2014)

    I love hearing about your back story! Good for your Mom for enrolling you in that class in 2nd grade.

  • Jessie Daye (Jul 6, 2014)

    Thank you!

  • Teiria Rotarangi (Oct 26, 2014)

    #Inspired -happy-

  • jean p (Jun 26, 2014)

    Hi Jessie Jane!! Love this message! Ok, it might be a tad late for me in the STEM program BUT I have some pretty brilliant sisters with young daughters that would be ideal to share this with sooo I will! Btw, huge fan of you and H&F and happy to learn that you are a techy! Keep up the great work. umm, is there anything you can't do..? Geez :)

  • Syro (Jun 26, 2014)

    HTML is the simplest coding language, not impressed.

  • TheSillyFabi (Aug 17, 2015)

    +ESKIN I dont even think its a coding language.

  • A Randomed (Sep 13, 2014)

    We do stem projects at my school soooo .-.

  • jazevox (Jun 26, 2014)

    growing my favorite subject in high school was math .. i ended up taking engineering in college for more math

  • Cathy Veux (Jul 4, 2014)

    STEM means VOICE in dutch :D

  • Savannah Brah (Jun 27, 2014)

    I was actually in stem at my middle school but it was more about agriculture (I hated it)

  • PowerTuber 3.0 (Jun 28, 2014)

    This is where it gets COUNTER INTUITIVE, because females are SMART they can get all A’s in school and in college, but that is not inventive creativity is it?It is memorization and doing well on tests,Inventiveness is where the male brain excels. Women can be and are scientists or in STEM; however, generally speaking they have genetic limitations in those fields. The female brain has trouble relating to or visualizing abstract concepts that do not yet exist. They can see it if they are told of it af...

  • Petra Cool (Jan 16, 2017)

    Does not apply for all people and also why choose engineers when there are many other careers more suitable and which pay more than that, just sayin

  • thumbtak (Dec 23, 2015)

    Sometimes people do not think before they type. My previous responses to you, prove this.