Who are Engineering Stories for?

Readers of Engineering Stories, I could use your help. I am anxious to share these stories with youth who need a little help understanding what is would be like to be an engineer. Now that I have been writing these for awhile, and now that they are available in paperback and Kindle form, I see the following target audiences. Can you suggest any other categories of groups or people who would benefit from these stories?

Engineering Stories are for:

  • The high school student who wonders if engineering is for them,
  • The K12 career counselor or teacher who needs more depth in explaining engineering to students,
  • The parent or grandparent or friend who would like to encourage a youth toward a satisfying, useful, and profitable career,
  • The college engineering freshman who is deciding what major to declare,
  • The older college engineering student who cries for ways to apply their engineering academics, anxious to experience real engineering, real companies, and real teams, and
  • The young engineering professional who wants to live the engineering experiences of there peers, gaining encouragement and insight to move forward in their career.

About Kenneth Richard Hardman

AncestorClips are very short stories about very real people. Each clip nurtures awareness of a time, a place, and the character of a man or woman who cultivated a path for our life. The reader feels the good, the obstacles, the happiness, the sadness, and the overcoming. They cheer us, make us resilient when challenged, give us purpose, and connect us to our multi-generational family. Each story is followed by reflections from the author and readers sharing how the story strengthened or inspired them. Ken Hardman is a son, a brother, a grandson, a great-grandson… He is also a husband, father and grand-father. Ken is a professional engineer, engineering mentor, technical writer, and associate technical fellow at a major aerospace company. He is a writer of engineering and family history stories. Please join Ken in reading, reflecting upon, or writing #AncestorClips
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