SEED: How one SEED participant made science—and Schlumberger—her career!
How one SEED participant made science—and Schlumberger—her career!
One student, one workshop. That was all it took for Pun Chee Yap from Malaysia to steer her life in a direction that she never thought possible. Today Pun Chee is working in the oilfield for Schlumberger. How did she get there? It all started with SEED.
Her story begins at one of the first SEED schools, SMK Bandar Sunway in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Pun Chee got involved in 2004, her final year at the school, when SEED started a water conservation project. “I joined the project because it offered a hands-on application of science. It also had a goal of showing how science could impact the community,” Pun Chee explains.
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