I used to, before this lecture, think that I should go to high school with my friends. After this lecture, I understood that I should follow my feelings and choose what I want, not the choice of my parents or friends”.
I’m thinking about getting a higher education”.
This lecture gave me the strength not to give up on what I want to do, not to listen to negative comments from others, and that I should not compare myself to others if I want to succeed”.
I did not expect that I would like the lecture. I love hearing stories of successful women because they inspire me to do what I love. The biggest impression on me was the question “Who if not me?”.
This lecture inspired me to further develop a profession in STEM and to never give up on my dreams.
At first, I thought it would just be a lecture about choosing STEM, but then I was surprised by the level of self-confidence they instigated. I learned that I should never give up on my dreams. I was surprised by the approach of the women that gave us the lecture and the positive atmosphere.
Honestly, I really liked the lecture. I am certain that I want to go to a VET school – mechanical technician, but there is a lot of prejudice about that. Now I know, I just need to persevere.
The lecture was great. In the future, I want to pursue a STEM career, but I didn’t think I could because it’s more of a job for boys. I was surprised by the support provided, that I can do STEM as well when I grow up.
This lecture opened new horizons for me. So far, I have perceived STEM quite differently. Thank you for the lecture, I really enjoyed it. I feel motivated to do whatever I want.
I enjoyed the lecture. I was surprised by how many women are in STEM. Before the lecture, I used to think that there were much fewer.