002 Young Science Mentor Taking Action

Melissa Ober, Science Girl  Encouraged to pursue and internship at her local Children’s Science museum, EXPLORA, Melissa Ober was mentored and discovered her passion to be a STEM performer. Since her first show, Melissa has worked with hundreds of students through school assemblies and their teachers at conferences. Perhaps you’ve seen her at a local STEM event perform the epic Elephant Toothpaste experiment.


Join us today as Melissa shares her passion with the world where she shares science through experiences instead of simply experiments.


Show Notes

Young people are capable of so much more:

Do Hard Things                      

“Don’t be afraid to ask, the worst they can do is say no”

Visit Melissa’s lab, find out more here:

Science Girl’s Lab                             

Science Girl’s Lab ? Performance (Dr. Von Heister’s Hijinks)

                                            Saturday, July 28th, 1:30-2:00 p.m.

                                            Saturday, July 28th, 3:30-4:00 p.m.

                                            Sunday, July 29th, 1:30-2:00 p.m.

Where Melissa got her start and some great mentoring:

Explora Science Center

Connect on Social Media

Science Girl’s Lab Facebook

Science Girl’s Lab Instagram

Science Girl’s Lab Videos

Melissa in the news:

Page 40

NM Kids Magazine

KRQE segment with Be Greater Than Average

Career coaching course with Shelly

Life Launch Academy

Melissa’s book recommendation:

The Case for a Creator, by Lee Strobel

Science Girls STEM Rockstar and Mentor:

Steve Spangler Science

Favorite show filmed in New Mexico:


Melissa Ober


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