At 3Doodler, we believe in nurturing the youth of today so as to prepare them for the careers of tomorrow. As the entry point into 3D printing for students, we aim to empower our future leaders with tools that promote open ended problem solving – tools that will help the next generation with affordable housing, space exploration, prosthetics and much, much more.
We care about empowering the students of today to be leaders of tomorrow. In support of this, we want to share a powerful way that you can help inspire your students and children to cultivate an excitement for their future careers through mentorship with the leaders of today.
On April 25, 2019, school children all across the United States will go to work with a parent or mentor for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. According to Forbes, over 37 million adults in the USA will take their children to at least 3.5 million workplaces on this day. This national event supports future careers through allowing children to experience different workplace environments first-hand, which supports them in cultivating professional aspirations.
How can you make the most of it this year?
The Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Foundation has put together some great ideas to help parents, mentors, and school teachers get ready for the big event. In addition to this, they have a complete guide on how to plan for the event that includes preparatory steps, suggested activities, key messages, and more.
"As you know, 3D printing is having a substantial influence on industries such as affordable housing, medicine, engineering, and manufacturing. As the entry point into 3D printing, 3D pens are a great way to prepare the children of today for the jobs of tomorrow. If you’re bringing your child to work this year, take a 3Doodler pen along for the journey and challenge them to Doodle a model of a tool they envision needing for their future career. Have them explain the functionality of the design and how it will add benefit in the workplace." Share
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