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Online mentoring for girls in secondary education to increase participation rates of women in STEM: A long‐term follow‐up study on later university major and career choices

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Stoeger, Heidrun ; Debatin, Tobias ; Heilemann, Michael ; Schirner, Sigrun ; Ziegler, Albert
Date of publication of this fulltext: 19 Apr 2023 04:10

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An important first step in talent development in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is getting individuals excited about STEM. Females, in particular, are underrepresented in many STEM fields. Since girls’ interest in STEM declines in adolescence, interventions should begin in secondary education at the latest. One appropriate intervention is (online) mentoring. Although its ...


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