What Does Math Look Like?
  Thanks so much for your participation in this project! Kids will not only benefit from hearing about your career, but also from the inspiration that comes from knowing that someone just like them from downtown Buck Creek can be a big shot in New York, California, ... or Buck Creek!

  It doesn't matter if we've already got someone from your field, or if you don't think your job is mathy enough, or if you don't consider yourself to be a big enough deal; we'd be honored to add you to the gallery. The only requirement is that you're an East Tipp grad of 1993 or later. Please feel free to forward this to your treasured schoolchums as well.

  If you've got questions, please let Rice know. Again, thanks for doing this crazy thing!

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Email *
your name *
  Please feel free to include any titles before and/or after your name to make you look even more awesome.
your position *
  We only accept occupations that are legal, no matter how cool they are.
your workplace *
Feel free to skip this one if you work in a field with sensitive information; I don't want to be responsible for compromising Bieber's coordinates.
your location *
Please list the city and state ...and country as well, if you're internationally awesome.
your organization's website *
If kids can learn more by clicking in ... or if you want some free pub.
your etms grad year *
I'll give you a hint ... it's somehow related to your high school graduation year.
your photo *
You could email me one or list an Internet address where I can steal one. I'll white out the background of the photo to make it match the others on the page.
And now, your blurb!
We're just looking for two to three sentences about how you use math at your job. If it's the kind of pre-algebra / algebra thing that eighth graders study, that's fine; but it absolutely doesn't have to be. As a matter of fact, I think it's totally cool if the math is beyond the kids' current reach ... otherwise, they may quit school to apply right now! Be as specific as you can, but as vague as you like.
your blurb *

Hey --

     Again, thanks so much for taking the time to work on this. The kids will appreciate it ... and so will their teacher. I love catching up with how everything has worked out for you all and feel very blessed by those of you who can take the opportunity to share the results with others.

     If you ever feel like you need to update some or all of your submission due to any changes, just let me know and we'll get on it. And if you ever want to come speak to the kids in person about any of this, we can do that too!

     Thanks, you guys.

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