Attend the NASA Strategic Career Choices event, Oct. 25
The Leadership Forum will be hosting Sheri Klug Boonstra this Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m. in the Marston Exploration Theater! She will talk about Strategic Career Choices as she shares her expertise around NASA workforce development and career readiness for students looking to set themselves apart from the crowd in STEM! This will be a fantastic event for you to learn, engage and connect with student leaders and space enthusiasts!
Sheri has been responsible for bringing in tens of millions of dollars in grant money for STEM education programs. She even has an asteroid named after her!
Please come by to sit in on Sheri’s talk and to connect with fellow peers who are eager and enthusiastic about a future in space!
About the speaker
Sheri Klug Boonstra is the Principal Investigator, or PI, of NASA’s Lucy Student Pipeline and Competency Enabler (L’SPACE) Program – NASA’s Lucy Asteroid Mission Student Collaboration at Arizona State University and with Regents Professor Phil Christensen, is the cofounder/co-instructor for the ASU Space Works Program. Both programs help science and engineering students gain and apply relevant workforce skills and practices that lead to proficiencies that are valued by NASA and the space-based exploration ecosystem.
Klug Boonstra has more than 25 years of experience in creating and implementing national NASA STEM education and workforce development programs that stretch vertically from pre-college to workforce including: PI for NASA’s largest undergraduate internship program (USRP) annually placing over 300+
science and engineering students in immersive projects nationally across all 10 NASA centers; Director of the Mars Education Program which produced and implemented NASA’s award-winning Mars Student Imaging Project (MSIP).