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How did mentoring help your career?

How did mentoring help your career?I have been in a few informal mentoring relationships. These relationships were created out of my own curiosity and failures with operating a nonprofit organization. In addition, it has helped me in my career to grow in the following ways.

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STEAMtatics Saturday’s on “In Tomorrow” with Dave Graveline

Dave talks to Anike Sakariyawo, C.E.O & Founder of S.E.E.K Foundation (Seeking Education Empowers Knowledge) about STEAMtastic Saturdays

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Lessons from Inspirational Women in STEM with Thrive Global, Penny Bauder and Anike Sakariyawo

I believe science is in everything we do. Science is an art and art is science. For example, when students create a prototype, they are making a sketch, model, to yield an actual product. This is a form of art, just like sculptures and paintings in a gallery. However, some terms and concepts of art […]

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US Educational System with Penny Bauder and Anike Sakariyawo

I believe science is in everything we do. Science is an art and art is science. For example, when students create a prototype, they are making a sketch, model, to yield an actual product. This is a form of art, just like sculptures and paintings in a gallery. However, some terms and concepts of art may not align with STEM. When an art teacher educates their students, they discuss the schematics of a particular project using artistic terms. When I’ve incorporated art into an activity, it was more about creating a prototype using scientific terms.

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Harmony of the Seas’ Godmother Finalist: Anike Sakariyawo, Hometown Hero Search- Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Harmony of the Seas arrives at her new home in Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, FL this November. The global cruise line is conducting a search for a Hometown Hero in Education for her Godmother. In selecting Godmothers, Royal Caribbean looks to capture the essence of the role by honoring women whose life lessons and achievements illustrate the kind of courage, dedication and determination that are an inspiration to all.

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Why It's Important for Students to Learn How to Code

Do people really understand the value of learning to code? Unless you’re already a science enthusiast, it’s not likely that you’ve thought about the benefits, skills, and knowledge that coding could bring. And the bigger picture here? You should be developing coding skills before high school graduation, as they will provide you invaluable insight into other areas of your education throughout college. Coding is a computer science skill that is extremely vital because it teaches you how to logically solve problems, open your mind to unlimited creativity, and allows you to compete for jobs and careers that are constantly changing with technology. Let’s explore why these three things are so important to foster through learning how to code. But first…

Who said STEM can’t be Fun with Colourful Illusions

Minorities in STEAM with Jawan Strader on Voices

S.E.E.K’s STE(A)M Program on Telemundo51

Harmony of the Seas’ Godmother Finalist Anike Sakariyawo

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