#STEMbassador Senior Spotlight: SIMONE WILLIAMS
What made you want to become a STEM Ambassador in the first place?
I’ve always had an interest in STEM but I became an Ambassador because I wanted to expand my knowledge in the field as well as help educate others interested in this field.
What has been your biggest learning curve in the lab?
In my opinion the biggest learning curve is learning how to use all the technology is the lab, there’s always new things you can discover and learn to do with the machinery.
What tool do you like best and why?
I like the 3-D printer the most. It’s my favorite because you can create virtually anything that you can imagine with it.
How is the lab helping you see potential in your future plans for college or career?
Working in the lab has made me more interested in the possibility future technologies that can be applied to my future field, for instance we may be able to 3-D print surgical tools in the near future.
What has been your biggest success in the lab so far?
My biggest success in the lab is getting younger kids to be interested in the STEM field.
What are you most proud of from your experiences as a STEM Ambassador?
From my experiences as a STEM Ambassador I am most proud that every time I go into the lab I always learn something new. There’s always something new you can learn in the lab and I am proud that I have been able to experience that.
What are your plans for next year?
I plan to attend Tuskegee University and major in veterinary sciences.