*Ask Donna* Video Blog: Making Women Welcome in Lab/Shop Classes

In this video blog, I answer a common retention question about how CTE/STEM educators can help female students feel welcome in lab and shop classes:

Question: “Hi Donna. My question for you is, what advice do you have for teachers to make shop classes and group lab assignments comfortable, respectful and welcoming to women in non-traditional programs?” ~ John Ryan, Vice Principal, Connecticut Technical High School System, Middletown, CT

Want to hear 3 specific retention strategies Donna recommends for CTE/STEM labs and shop classes welcoming to women?

Watch and learn!

Talk with Donna 1-on-1 in a Women in STEM & CTE More Information Session: Sign up for a free call to talk with Donna about your college’s STEM/CTE programs and specific challenges.

The *Ask Donna* WomenTech Educators Video Blog: Have questions about how you can see more women and girls in your STEM/CTE courses? Need help overcoming a recruitment or retention challenge specific to your program and school? Now is your chance to get your question answered in a personal video from Donna Milgram—IWITTS Executive Director and developer of the WomenTech Educators Training System—in this new monthly video blog. Answering questions is Donna’s favorite part of providing professional development to help educators move the needle for women in STEM and CTE.

Want Donna to answer your question in the next *Ask Donna* video blog? Donna’s coaching is usually limited to WomenTech Educators Training school teams, so don’t miss this opportunity to *Ask Donna* your questions on broadening participation.

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