For 7th - 10th grade girls

This program gives our participants the opportunity to investigate specific topics in depth. Participants can choose the in-person session, the virtual session, or both (different topics). See details below. (NOTE: We will be adhering to state guidelines and School of Mines guidelines regarding safety and the coronavirus.)

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Spring 2022 Session for 7th-10th Grades

Course Instructors:

Hello, I'm Grace! I'm originally from Austin, and in my free time you can find me backpacking, reading, or hopefully swimming in a lake. I'm a senior, and this is my fifth semester working with DECtech. I'm a Computer Science major, and I love teaching and being around kids. I've previously worked on the Robotics, App Development, Bootstrap, and Python camps. I also helped with a ton of virtual STEM camps we held over the summer of 2020!

Katelyn Photo Katelyn is a senior studying Computer Science with a focus in Data Science. This is her 3rd year working for DECtech and her first year as an instructor. She hopes to inspire girls and help them see all of the opportunities available in STEM!

Lauren Photo Lauren is a senior majoring in computer science and planning to continue onto a masters degree next year. Outside of school she enjoys baking and rock climbing.

picture of Aly Aly is a junior at Mines studying Computer Science from Centennial, Colorado. She started working with DECtech her sophomore year and absolutely loves sharing her passion for STEM with young girls! Outside of school, she loves hiking, camping, riding horses, and yoga! She is really looking forward to this upcoming year and is excited to get to know everyone!

picture of Julietta Julietta is a freshman at Mines studying Computer Science, but no stranger to DECtech. She had been a high school intern with the program for two semesters and two summers, and was instrumental in leading summer camp programs. With a passion for teaching, she has enjoyed tutoring elementary school students in STEM and tech, and is looking forward to engaging with the participants as a full-fledged Mines student this year.

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Need more information? Please email us at stem-tech@mines.edu.

Thanks to our sponsors, financial scholarships available for those participating in their free/reduced lunch program, and those experiencing economic hardship due to COVID-19. Please email stem-tech@mines.edu for information on how to apply.

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