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Updates from the stemlytical team

We want to make sure that YOU'RE updated with all the STEMlytical news, which is why we encourage you to 1) sign up to be a member of STEMlytical (you'll get exclusive content and important updates!) 2) follow us on Instagram and 3) keep an eye on the website for updates shared on the homepage!

NEW Interviews with stem professionals posted, including one with priyanka desirazu, forbes 30 under 30 acheivers list nominee and stem mentor! 

Thanks to those who attended and participated in our 2021 summer introduction to programming camp! resources from the camp will be posted soon!

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STEMlytical is a one-stop experience, where middle school and high school girls can explore everything STEM in one place. From courses to extracurricular opportunities to discussing controversies in STEM (trust us there are a lot of them), this website is an opportunity to step out of your comfort zone and learn about the exciting careers that are available in STEM.

Middle and high school are not too early to figure out where your passions lie, and starting now, you can set up your high school, college, and career experiences. There is never a better time to learn more about your interests than when you are stuck at home on the verge of getting bored with your TV. 

Take this opportunity to explore our website and see the resources we have to offer. On this website alone, you have access to interviews with women in STEM, specialized STEM courses unique to what you are taught in school, and a list of extracurricular and co-curricular activities that can increase your interest in a field or prepare you for STEM competitions in high school and beyond!

Our passion for creating meaningful change for students is evident in each aspect of posted content on the website.  The STEMlytical team believes in the potential of our idea, and the collaboration of ideas.  

"If you know you are on the right track, if you have this inner knowledge, then nobody can turn you off... no matter what they say."

Barbara McClintock, cytogeneticist and winner of the 1983 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (Interesting Engineering)

Introduction to Programming Summer Camp!
Aug 02, 2021, 9:00 AM – Aug 06, 2021, 9:00 PM
Online Camp


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