As a passionate advocate for girls and women in STEM education and careers and an activist for adding the “A” (Arts) for STEAM, I am pleased to provide you with and update on what’s been going on in the world of STEM/STEAM.
Senators have introduced a $50 million bipartisan bill to help women and minorities enter STEM careers.
Amazon’s “Future Engineer” program has computer science opportunities from childhood to career-level.
Become a mentor! Research shows that personal interactions between teachers and girls at a coding camp impacted how the campers perceived their own coding capabilities.
3M’s “Science at Home” provides experiments for fun an learning for kids ages 6-12.
The virtual “Women of Color STEM Conference” will be held October 8-10. Learn more and register here.
The Mobius Discovery Center may be temporarily closed, but they have many virtual experiences available for school-age kids.
BrainSTEMTV offers on-line STEAM education content for grades K-8 (with 9-12 coming soon) for only $5/month.
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