Inspiring Success

A blog from Creating IT Futures

  • June 19, 2018

    Second Edition of Charles Eaton’s “T in STEM” Guidebook for Parents Released

    Charles Eaton After fully distributing the first printing of Charles Eaton’s popular guide for parents of STEM-inclined teens, Creating IT Futures has released an updated, second edition, also available in Kindle and Spanish versions, with a companion podcast, Technologist Talk.
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  • May 31, 2018

    I’m a Technologist Too: Alyissa Dzaugis, STEAM Star

    Technologist-art-10 Technologists come from unexpected places. If they’re good problem solvers, they will succeed too. Read this profile of one technologist who integrated an interest in art into the tech world, from the series: “I’m a Technologist, Too,” excerpted from Charles Eaton’s book How to Launch Your Teen’s Career in Technology: A Parent’s Guide to the T in STEM Education.
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  • May 14, 2018

    I’m a Technologist, Too: Meet Director Cassandra Anderson

    Technologist Art 1 Tech careers have beginnings in unexpected places. Cassandra Anderson’s began in an unlikely setting working with obsolete technology. Read her story in this latest installment in our series “I’m a Technologist, Too,” excerpted from Charles Eaton’s book.
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  • April 17, 2017

    Being the MVP in Your Tech Career

    russell-westbrook-mvp What makes the best player on your team? While the NBA and its fans debate this spring on who should be the MVP in basketball, Charles Eaton gives you the top three traits to pick the MVP on your tech team.
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  • April 17, 2017

    Eaton’s First Book Captures Glowing Reviews

    T-in-STEM-cover Reviewers describe Charles Eaton’s new parent’s guide to the T in STEM Education as “engaging and fun,” “terrific and practical” and a “useful, informative and helpful piece of work.”
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  • April 11, 2017

    Creating Diversity by Disrupting STEM Stereotypes for Teenagers – Especially Girls

    GirlScouts Just 31% of teens call technology “fun.” That’s why we applaud – and support – these groups working to shape new perceptions of women working with technology.
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