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Tech4Girls Kano Kit STEM Workshop
June 2018
In this video, 23 middle school girls build Kano computers, learn Scratch Cat, and Make Art apps, and code their own art project.
They demo their projects in a talent show and provide their perspectives on what they found easiest and most difficult about the project.

Tech4Girls Service Project with AIY Voice Kits STEM Workshop
March 2018

In this video, 13 middle school and high school girls build Google Voice Assistants with the AIY Project Kit and Raspberry Pis.
They demo their projects in a talent show and provide their perspectives on what they found easiest and most difficult about the project.

STEM Circuits at GIRLS (Girls Inspiring Respect, Leadership, and Service) Academy
March 2018

GIRLS (Girls Inspiring Respect, Leadership, and Service) Academy is a day-and-a-half overnight retreat designed to foster leadership development and self-confidence for middle schools. This interactive program is tailored specifically to the needs of middle school students and includes large group presentations, small group discussions, personal journaling and reflection, and a community service project. Collegiate women from Emory University, trained and supervised by volunteer Kappa Kappa Gamma alumnae, serve as role models and small group facilitators for the program. GIRLS Academy seeks to celebrate what makes us girls and challenges the stereotypes that tell us who or what to be. Our goal is to ignite the potential of young girls by providing them with the skills necessary to stand out in a world that tells them to blend in.

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August 9, 2018

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