This informative session discussed the transformative power of Learning Blade resources and the critical importance of career exploration in secondary education. Explore how Learning Blade supports post-school outcomes for all students by reinforcing academic standards while introducing students to diverse career possibilities. The presentation highlights real education success stories and the pivotal role of early career exploration in shaping students’ futures. Learning Blade is available as a free resource in several states, including TN, AL, AR, FL, ID, LA, MO, OK, OH, SC.
Key points of discussion include equitable access to STEM, computer science, and career exploration. Educators, administrators, and pre-ETS providers alike will find valuable insights into innovative STEM/CS/CTE programs and effective career exploration strategies during this session. Join us in shaping a future where every student can thrive and succeed in the ever-evolving landscape of STEM careers. Sign up for your free account today at

Presenter Bios:
Joshua Sneideman is VP at Learning Blade focusing on district and school-wide implementation strategies. A former Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow at the Department of Energy in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, he received recognition from the Secretary of Energy, Ernest Moniz, for his efforts to increase minority participation in STEM education. He is the author of multiple award-winning STEM education books and has provided PD to NASA, NOAA, Smithsonian, US DoE, and more.

Jennifer Gregory is the Tennessee state manager for Learning Blade, concentrating on the development of Learning Blade in Tennessee schools. She is a former AP Computer Science Teacher and a four-year secondary math and computer science educator. She values that her work supports educators in helping students see how they could fit in the STEM field and helps teachers get started with Computer Science education.