TechGYRLS is a youth empowerment program designed to raise girls’ interest, confidence and self-efficacy in the critical areas of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM). The TechGYRLS program will help young girls develop the usage of technological tools, critical thinking and problem-solving skills in any profession they pursue. The program offers students a safe, supportive, girls-only environment for exploration and learning using curriculum comprised of design, animation, programming and robotics.
Girls ages 9 to 14
September 16, 23, 30 – WAGiLabs, Social Innovation Incubator
October 7 – Break
October 14, 21 – Adler, Astro-Science Workshops
October 28 – LanzaTech Field Trip
November 4 – LanzaTech, Carbon Smarts
November 11, 18, 25 – Break
December 2, 9, 16 – Drones, Rolling Spider & Jumping Sumo Remote Controlled Bots
December 23, 30 – Break
For more information about TechGYRLS, please call 773-496-5645 or email email@example.com.
From STEM to STEAM
New research shows that it is imperative to include the Arts in curriculums that were once focused exclusively on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to help transform the 21st century economy. By adding Art and Design to the equation, STEM becomes STEAM. Visit the following links for more information:
- The Evolution of a Game-Changing Acronym: Why Government Recognition of STEAM is Critical
- STEM + A = STEAM, When art meets science, technology, engineering and math
- The Innovation Curriculum: STEM, STEAM Or SEA?
- (VIDEOS) STEM to STEAM