STEM 4 Kids (S4K) is an inclusive after-school program designed to help young girls build confidence in the world of STEM! Our hope is to help propel these young girls into STEM by introducing them to creative problem-solving through fun projects in an inclusive and safe environment. We want to show more young students that they are accepted and welcome around science, engineering, and technology.
Event Dates and Projects:
September 15 – LEGO Launchers and Popsicle Stick Catapults
September 29 – Bottle rockets and Cartesian Divers
October 13 – TBD hosted by Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
October 27 – TBD hosted by Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
November 10 – TBD High School Night
December 1 – TBD hosted by Chem Club
S4K will be holding after-school engineering-based projects every other Thursday starting September 15th. Snacks will be provided along with all the tools and materials necessary to get involved. Admission is completely FREE.
For questions regarding any of our events, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This semester, events will be held in the Scott Bioengineering Building, Room 229. Our designated drop-off location will be the Green Hall loop on the west side of the building. From Meridian Avenue, enter the Green Hall loop. Our volunteers will meet you and check your student in. If you wish to park to drop off your student, you can do so in Lot 150 or Lot 310.
Lot 150 is to the west of Scott Bioengineering, off Meridian Avenue, in front of Green Hall. It is a pay-to-park lot, however, it is not enforced after 4pm so you will not have to pay.
Lot 310 is the main Lory Student Center lot. To enter from Laurel, turn right on Meldrum if heading eastbound, and turn left on Meldrum if heading westbound. Turn right after the stop sign and park. It is a pay-to-park lot, however, it is not enforced after 4 pm so you will not have to pay. Once you have parked, cross the street so you are in front of the College of Business. Follow the sidewalk west to the Scott Bioengineering Building.
Middle School Students
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