Girls Powered STEM Event 2017

Annual Event Encourages Girls to Pursue STEM Careers
Posted on 06/20/2017
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Boise School District's ever popular Girls Powered STEM Event recently attracted more than 2-hundred students.  The annual two-day camp is designed to encourage and inspire girls to pursue careers in Science, Engineering, Technology and Math (STEM).  

The annual event is for girls going into grades 4-6. This year, the program was held at Amity and Garfield elementary schools on June 8th and 9th, 2017.

Students received hands-on learning in a wide variety of STEM subjects, including: Architecture/Interior Design; Robotics/Tech Toys; Hands on Climate Change; Tech Savvy Computer Services; Veterinarian Skills Ada County Paramedics; High Tech Weather Forcasting; and Lego SumoBots.

Check out the following video of the Garfield STEM Event held on June 8th, 2017: