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[...] while energy professionals 18 years and older are welcome to attend, an adult must accompany attendees 15-18 years of age (no one under 15 years of age is allowed admittance). Since 2007, OTC has been educating the next generation of aspiring engineers, scientists and managers for the E&P industry. To encourage Houston-area students to enter the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), we have two exciting programs - the OTC Energy Challenge and the Energy Education Institute High School Student STEM Event, said Cindy Yeilding, OTC board of directors and senior vice president of BP America.
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