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STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics Career Expo

Fermilab's STEM Career Expo is on hold for now, but we're planning a return. In the meantime, explore the resources from our most recent virtual expo below!

2021 STEM Career Expo Panel Discussions

2021 STEM Career Expo Schedule

Audience: High school students and their parents/guardians.

Location: Online using the Gather Town conference platform.

  • Meet scientists, engineers, & technicians
  • Ask career questions of experts
  • Ask experts about educational pathways leading to specific careers
  • Participate in panel discussions on different career areas

    All times listed are Central Time

      6:00 PM: Event kick-off! Visit the exhibitor booths, informal Q&A sessions, and virtual tours available throughout the event

      6:15 PM: Science panel
      Tanaz Mohayai, Fermilab Postdoctoral Research Associate
      Terry Miesle, Master Flavorist
      Stuart Feinberg, Chemical Safety Specialist
      Sonia O'Dell, Lab Analyst
      Josiah Hester, Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering

      6:50 PM: Engineering panel
      Linda Valerio, Mechanical Engineer
      Connie Kelly, IEEE Education Chair
      Charles Moritz, Director of Product Development (Acoustics)
      Robert Orlikowski, Materials Licensing Branch Chief
      Karen Connery, Development Professional

      7:30 PM: Technology and mathematics panel
      Jeny Teheran, Cybersecurity Analyst
      Roshanda Spillers, Accelerator Electronics Technician
      Mike Boot, Managing Director, Society of Actuaries
      Jake Lynch, Slurry Product Development Engineer
      Scott Grajeda, Raw Material Planner

      8:00 PM: Event concludes

Fermilab Career Resources

2020 Panel Discussions

  • Science Panel 1
  • Science Panel 2
  • Technology & Mathematics Panel
  • Engineering Panel 1
  • Engineering Panel 2
  • Sponsors: Fermilab Friends for Science Education, Batavia High School, Geneva High School, Glenbard West High School, Proviso West High School, and Yorkville High School