by STEM Scouts
As part of its ongoing efforts to get more girls involved in science, technology, engineering, and math, STEM Scouts recently presented at Passport to Hi-Tech, a showcase of interactive experiments designed to inspire girls to discover STEM-fields.
“An event created to help engage girls in science, technology, engineering and math careers is expected to attract 1,500 participants. Passport to Hi-Tech will take place Saturday at Conner Prairie in Fishers and include 30 stations and presentations throughout the museum.
Interactive exhibits and displays will focus on subjects including biology, chemistry, engineering, manufacturing and computer science. Women who are experts in STEM disciplines will be on-hand to answer questions. Girls will receive stamps on their ‘passports’ after visiting each station to help them decide which fields were most interesting.”
— Don McGown, Inside Indiana Business