It's a question we were always asked when we are young. For the girls of Lady Cans, an all-girls robotics teams that introduces young women to science, technology, engineering, and math principles, this question has many answers. And, this is what they said.
Meet Stephanie & Marlo, two senior members of Lady Cans, an all-girls robotics team in Austin, Texas. Here how being a part of this team changed their lives today and encouraged them to be the individuals they are about to become.
These are the parents of all girl's robotics team Girl Scout troop 2881. Listen as they share stories about how their daughters were empowered through experience in STEM to become future leaders in a male-dominated profession.
Enter a world where mistakes are marvelous, kids are innovative problem solvers and there is enough Duck Tape® to go to the moon and back.
Ellie is an aspiring engineer in her 4th year at Galileo Camps. With the help of Duck Tape®, Ellie is designing her first catapult and learning why mistakes are a marvelous thing.
The educators at Camp Galileo help students embrace the unknown and understand that science is something everyone can do, and that everyone does do, every single day.
Meet Girl Scout troop 2881. This all girl's robotics team located in Austin, Texas builds courage, confidence and character of young girls, teaching them to be successful in everything they do.