I was introduced to this project through my mother, a dedicated individual in my life and education. She felt this would be a fantastic opportunity. I quickly read through the collection of letters on my screen. I then knew this opportunity was meant for me.
During my application, I was asked, "Why does this project interest you?" Naturally, I thought a lot about whether I, myself, was a good candidate for this position. However, almost all my questions lead to the question of "how did I get here?"
Initially, I wanted to be a part of this opportunity because the Space Messengers project was a challenge, something I had never done before. In addition, STEM has always had a significant influence on my life, and I viewed The Space Messengers project as another opportunity to build upon my knowledge.
I mustered up the courage and submitted my application. It was revealed the results would be announced soon.
After I was accepted, we had our first meeting. It was exciting, and after only a couple of sessions, I knew then that it is impossible to specify an area of science that is interesting. Everything about science is entirely consuming and hypnotic. Science is astonishing, magnificent, and incredible. Science has no constraints. When I explore the universe's complexities, it makes me feel like I am floating. It is constructively challenging and beautifully complex. The incorporation of varied subjects and methods in our project is so captivating. The Space messengers project incorporates an expression of human creativity that universally connects us all and makes science so ineffably glorious.
The STEMarts apprenticeship has reignited my explosive interest in STEM. Although it can sometimes be stressful, it is one-hundred percent worth it.