Ladies’ Stem Camp Connects With Campus

The architecture camp was supported by UC Berkeley architecture alumnus Jeremiah Tolbert, a Self-eSTEM board member, who was planning to share his knowledge at the girls’ camp.
“By bringing STEM to life for the young girls, it helps them to think about careers in that field,” added Ajaelo.
They talked, and he and invited Frick to talk to the girls about her work on the camp’s Engineering Day.
As 75 girls ages in grades 2 through 12 who attended an Oakland summer camp on Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Exploration Camp head back to their regular classrooms this fall, plans are under way to strengthen new ties between the students and UC Berkeley this academic year.
At other times during camp they worked in a makerspace, toured the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View and participated in workshops on robotics and other scientific processes.

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