Girls Go Digital: Coding Camp for Girls

kzhangMaking the Grade: Utah works to improve its marks in STEM education Utah Business May 8, 2018News

Girls Go Digital is hosting a coding camp for girls on July 18-19 at the Discovery Gateway Children Museum this summer! Girls Go Digital aims to provide opportunities for girls to explore the world of technology to promote greater engagement in engineering and computing. Learn more about Girls Go Digital here. Register for Coding Camp for Girls here.

Want to make Science, Tech, Engineering and Math more fun for your kids?

Ann BarniaMaking the Grade: Utah works to improve its marks in STEM education Utah Business May 8, 2018News

Kelvin Kids wants to help you do just that. Kelvin Kids is a monthly letter subscription service for children. Every week a child will receive a letter from the STEM twins, Sarah and Simone. Sarah and Simone learn about science, technology, engineering, and math with the help of their ship, The Kelvin. In addition to the letter, kids will also … Read More

Making Tech Summer Camps More Girl Friendly: How One Father is Making it Possible in Utah

Ann BarniaMaking the Grade: Utah works to improve its marks in STEM education Utah Business May 8, 2018News

In Utah, boys far outnumber the girls when it comes to registering for technology and computer science summer camps. As a father of three girls, Shawn Sadowski recently took the position as Chief Operations Officer at Girls Go Digital in order to expand the camp into Northern Utah and to show his support for his daughters and countless other girls. … Read More

STEM innovation teacher of the year makes mineral toothpaste

Ann BarniaMaking the Grade: Utah works to improve its marks in STEM education Utah Business May 8, 2018News

(KUTV) Katie Rogers is the recipient of the STEM Action Center’s Innovation award in the teacher category. Ms. Rogers is a fourth grade STEM teacher at Thunder Ridge Elementary in Saratoga Springs, Utah. Today she shared one of her lessons with our viewers. Ms. Rogers and Holly Menino made mineral toothpaste.   See video here

Dixie State University hosts tech, computer science camp for girls.

Ann BarniaMaking the Grade: Utah works to improve its marks in STEM education Utah Business May 8, 2018News

ST. GEORGE, Utah – Girls ages 8 to 18 have the opportunity to hack, design, code and make this summer when Dixie State University and Girls Go Digital partner to offer a technology and computer science education camp. Read more: KCSG Television – Dixie State University hosts tech computer science camp for girls