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Program Pillar: STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

STEM By The Numbers Day Camps 113 participants 5 day camps

Tech Girls 231 participants 15 schools 4 independent school districts




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Coder Girls 239 participants 15 programs 2 Annual Hackathon nd

Robotics 80 participants 6 programs 4 First Lego League teams 2 First Robotics Competition teams

STEM Fests 372 participants 5 conferences 5 cities

Spotlight: New Badges & Journeys Girl Scouts who participate in girl-focused STEM programs: ⬥⬥ Become better problem-solvers, critical thinkers, and inspirational leaders ⬥⬥ Get better grades, earn scholarships, and follow more lucrative career paths ⬥⬥ See STEM as the foundation for a meaningful and successful future Perhaps she’d like to build a robot, create an app, keep the ocean clean, or study the stars…. the possibilities are truly endless! New Badges: Robotics: Girls design, build, and program their own robots Mechanical Engineering: Girls complete hands-on engineering activities such as building and testing race cars New Journeys: Engineering: Think Like an Engineer Computer Science: Think Like a Programmer Outdoor STEM: Think Like a Citizen Scientist 6

Profile for Girl Scouts of Central Texas

2017 GSCTX Annual Report  

2017 GSCTX Annual Report