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This hunger that I see is invigorating, contagious, and yes, very gratifying to see as a school leader. The flip side of the coin is when I see a student that has the exact same opportunities in front of them squander what is their free opportunity to have a choice in their future vocation. STEM careers are abundant in our own country and will become even more so in the coming years, but the time for our young people to compete for them is NOW. You don’t retrain the way you think starting in college. The opportunity to get the best education starts with having a strong work ethic and being a problem-solving critical thinker. These are habits, not gifts. They must be practiced over a period of years in order to be perfected.