Do you know what a STEMinist is? It’s a mash-up of STEM–Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics–and feminist. So, are you a STEMinist?
You can get more information about women-oriented issues in the STEM fields on STEMinist.com. Browse through to the blog, to the (very short) list of jobs and internship (yes, only one at the time of this post). The blog might be helpful to orient you to issues women in STEM fields are facing and how they’re addressing them.
You might also be so inspired by the mere thought of STEMinism that you want to find out about neologisms, newly coined words or phrases.
This post is brought to you by your friendly Undergraduate Research Committee and inspired by Women’s History Month.
If you’re interested in making a career in the food-related industry, whether in the kitchen, the front of the house, or maybe not in the house at all but instead writing for a food magazine, doing outreach in the community, or working in the field (literally), where do you go to find internships and jobs? You might find what you’re looking for at Good Food Jobs. You can browse job and internship listings for positions across the country at http://goodfoodjobs.com/, and they even have a mobile version for easy smartphone browsing. Want more? Follow
@goodfoodjobs on Twitter. Not ready yet for a job or internship? Reading the Good Food Jobs blog might help get you ready for that day in the not-too-distant future when you’re ready to apply. Hands-on experience is hugely valuable when you want to apply for a job post-graduation, as is an awareness of trends in the field (this time I don’t mean a farm). Good luck!