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Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. Partnering with the STEM Action Center, they offer learning opportunities to build student confidence, create clear pathways for students into the computing workforce, and build a supportive sisterhood of peers and role models to help girls succeed.

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K-12 Math Personalized Learning Program

This program provides supplemental learning materials that help students build confidence in math. Software gives students and teachers real-time feedback to their work on math problems. Year after year, students who use personalized learning software are more successful on state assessments.

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STEM Best Practices Conference

Learn from STEM experts and leaders in the K-12 community, get inspiration from successful past projects, and discuss the importance of engaging underrepresented groups in STEM fields.

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STEM Elementary Magic Show

Paul Brewer and Brooklyn Tanner have teamed up with the scientists at the STEM Action Center of Utah to create a show that displays the magic of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math every student will love!

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STEM Mentor Exchange

Meet connected professionals who care about the next generation of the STEM workforce. Mentees benefit from subject and project support, industry tours, guest lectures, and work-based learning opportunities.

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Utah STEM Fest

Students will enjoy memorable hands-on STEM experiences at STEM Fest. Over 200 exhibitors will be ready to showcase real-life applications related to STEM-based careers. Register your school for students grades 6-10. Encourage younger students to participate in STEM Fest’s free Family Night.

Learn more about Utah STEM Fest