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Eureka! Program


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Academic Level:
K-8 Students
High School Students

Description:
On behalf of Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest, we would like to invite you to apply for the Eureka!® Program and join us in sparking your daughter’s interest in science, technology, engineering, & mathematics (STEM). The program is designed to encourage girls’ excitement about STEM subjects through engaging them in enriching and fun year round learning opportunities.

The Eureka!® Program is a five year commitment and integrates summer and school year experiences at no cost to families! We connect girls to the program at an early age and support them all the way through high school graduation. In her first summer, your daughter will explore STEM, personal and physical development in a 4-week summer camp. During the school year, she will attend monthly learning sessions focused on extending her knowledge and confidence. By her third year of participating, your daughter will be placed in a paid STEM focused internship that enables her to practice all she has learned. In her final years, she will be supported by Girls Inc. with applying to a college/university and accessing scholarships.


Participating Institution(s):
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Clark University (Lead)

Program Materials:
 • Program Website 

This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
STEM Fields

Keywords:
STEM Education
Under-Represented Minorities

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