Peer Mentoring For Students: STEM & Buds

Depending upon your own educational experience, there were likely topics that you never fully grasped, or questions that you had that fell outside of the prescribed curriculum. What a benefit then, that students today have outside resources to turn to pursuing their educational goals, and exciting to see that no small number are from young people seeking to lift up their peers. 

I recently spoke with Victoria Ren, a high school junior who is the cofounder of both STEM & Buds and Stuff We Don’t Learn at School (SWDLS) out of Pittsburgh. Both organizations are doing great work to further education outside of the classroom, and her passion for the

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