Robots, Glitter, and a New Spin on STEM
Today's guest post is from Savannah Loberger, a 2013 National Award Winner and 2011 Oregon/SW Washington Affiliate Award Winner of NCWIT's Award for Aspirations in Computing. This summer, Savannah ran a STEM and computer science camp for middle school girls as part of our pilot AspireIT program. She is a 2013 graduate of Hillsboro High School, and will attend Oregon State University in the fall of 2013. Savannah plans to study Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. She has been a strong advocate for STEM education since a young age and plans on continuting outreach during and after college.
“Before this camp I didn’t really think I was smart, but now I know that I can get it, and I can understand things, I am smart.”