Challenge Realities, Enable Possibility
ROSIE REVERE, ENGINEER.
This is the story of Rosie Revere, who dreamed of becoming a great engineer...
Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty Illustrated by David Roberts
Rosie Revere, Engineer tells the enormously heartening story of Rosie — who dreams of becoming a great engineer. Quiet schoolgirl by day, fierce inventor of gizmos by night. Where some people see rubbish, Rosie sees inspiration. Not only does Rosie show us anyone can "do" STEM, but in a time when perfection is idolised and failure something to hide, Rosie shows us how essential failure is for our success and being human.
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By age 6 children are already forming a perception of what they "should" be.
By 9 they decide if they can "do" STEM.
The patterns of jobs chosen by 17 years old mirror those who are 7.
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Invite A Rosie.
We're connecting New Zealand Rosies' with primary schools to share their stories and the story of Rosie Revere, Engineer.
Contact us to organise a Rosie visit and inspire the next generation of engineers.
Check out our campaign starring Rosie Revere and the stories of women engineers in New Zealand.
With New Zealand facing a shortage of qualified engineers in all fields, and currently only 14% of engineers in New Zealand women, we need Rosie''s to tell their stories and help inspire the great thinkers and problem solvers of the future.
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Building ESTEAM in children through community partnerships.
inKIND believes in inspiring our children by building curiosity in Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (ESTEAM) and showing them the possibilities that exist for the future.
“I want to make sure we use all our talent, not just 25 percent. Don’t let anyone rob you of your imagination, your creativity, or your curiosity. It’s your place in the world; it’s your life. Go on and do all you can with it, and make it the life you want to live.”
Mae Jemison; 1st African American women in space.
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