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Girls in STEM

About Girls in STEM: The Museum of Discovery offers free week-long day camps for girls ages 12-14. The purpose of Girls in STEM is to give participants an opportunity to explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers with hands-on activities led by female STEM professionals, ultimately encouraging them to continue their interests in STEM. The Museum of Discovery made this a priority as there continues to be a gender gap in STEM careers and leadership roles, with men outnumbering women.

For more information, please contact Becca Burks at bburks@museumofdiscovery.org 

Girls in STEM 2024 application process now open! 

March 19-21 (spring break): Leadership Institute (ages 15-18) at Museum of Discovery

June 4-6: Leadership Institute (ages 15-18) at Clinton Presidential Library     

June 10-15: Girls in STEM (ages 12-14) in Conway

July 8-12: Girls in STEM (ages 12-13) at Museum Center (office building attached to Museum of Discovery) 

July 15-19: Girls in STEM (ages 12-13) at Museum Center (office building attached to Museum of Discovery) 

July 22-26: Girls in STEM (ages 13-14) at Museum Center (office building attached to Museum of Discovery) 

July 29-August 2 Girls in STEM (ages 13-14) at Museum Center (office building attached to Museum of Discovery) 

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In the spring of 2020, we compiled data; surveys; and interviews from Girls in STEM participants from over the years to determine the impact of the program, this is what we learned: Girls in STEM’s Impact 

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