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All throughout March, we’re celebrating women who have emerged as leaders of their community, but the fact is that while women make up 47 percent of all jobs in the United States, we only account for 24 percent of jobs in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Here’s what Penn Foster is doing to help flip that narrative.
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Getting the skills you need for a career in early childhood education may mean you are already working in the field, or plan to. With that, you’ll also want the knowledge and credentials to prepare you for this important career, and that’s where an online education can come in handy. Online education offers flexibility as you can complete your courses on your own time, but our instructors are here to help you get through the tough stuff and keep you motivated. ECE instructor, Sarah Owens, loves educating young children and loves helping our learners prepare to do this rewarding work.
high school math teacher mariam dawoud.
At Penn Foster High School, you can earn your diploma online, on your own time. Although there is a lot of independence in being an online student, our instructors are here to help you get through the tough stuff, like math. High school math instructor, Mariam Dawoud, has a passion for math that she loves to share. We interviewed her to learn what sums her up as a teacher. 
Pharmacy technician teacher Monique Reed.
At Penn Foster, our instructors care 100% about what they teach, but care even more about their students. Pharmacy technician instructor, Monique Reed, helps online Penn Foster students get 1 on 1 coaching they need to succeed. While learners complete their students online, on their own time, having the support of teachers like Monique really comes in handy. We interviewed her to learn why she loves the pharm tech profession, and those who pursue it.
Diana Murphy medical billing and coding teacher.
At Penn Foster, our instructors care passionately about the subjects they teach and the future of the fields they dedicate their lives to. Medical billing and coding instructor, Diana Murphy, works directly with learners to help them succeed in the program, so that they learn the skills that really matter when it comes to helping patients have positive experience in hospitals and doctor’s offices. Read more about her and why she loves medical billing and coding and helping those pursuing a job in the profession.

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