Engineering For Kids featured in The Huffington Post in an article titled, “Women in Business: Q&A with Dori Roberts, CEO and Founder of Engineering for Kids.” The article is about Dori as a leader in franchising and education. Dori elaborates on maintaining a work/life balance and issues for women in the workplace. Click here for the entire article or begin below.

Women in Business: Q&A with Dori Roberts, CEO and Founder of Engineering for Kids
By: Laura Dunn

Engineering for Kids comes from the mind of educator Dori Roberts. With an extensive educational background in math and technology education, Roberts taught engineering at the high school level for 11 years. During her teaching career, she saw a dire need for math, science and engineering programs. To fill this void, she started an afterschool club that participated in various engineering and science-based competitions.

After membership hit 180 students and the group won multiple state championships, she decided to tailor the program and apply it to a wider age demographic. Engineering for Kids offers a suite of programs for children ages 4 to 14 introducing them to science, technology, engineering and math through a variety of workshops all aimed at developing problem solving skills.

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