STEM in National Parks
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About the Event
What comes to your head when you think about National Parks? The rich history, hiking or maybe a local park? During this workshop you can learn about some of the most fascinating National parks! Like what is petrified wood? What are Columbian mammoths? And much more. Learn from Junior Ranger Marie Young, and explore the scientific world of national parks! All attendees are eligible for the giveaway!
More about Marie:
Marie is currently a homeschool senior / sophomore at Austin Community College. She was introduced to robotics in the second grade through a Girl Scout robotics summer camp. She loved robotics and enjoyed participating on teams through elementary and middle school. As part of Girls Who Code and President of her local SWENext club she found her passion to empower girls in STEM. She worked with the Society of Women Engineers World Headquarters to create the marketing and information materials for SWENext clubs - including presentations at regional and national conventions as her Girl Scout gold Award. In her free time, she likes to edit podcasts, do obstacle course racing, archery, rock climbing, track/ pole vault and hang out with friends. Marie joined Reinvented as a Marketing Team member to continue her desire to Give Girls the Edge in school and in life by being a part of a community of inspiring STEM women, and is now Reinvented's Campaign Director!