- Dallas 2015 Trip
- Destination: DC!
- Destination: DC/National Science and Engineering Festival
- Insights From Interns 2015
- Paramount Die
- Partners in STEM
- STEM and STEAM: Partners in Education
- STEM for Academically Rising Students: STARS
- Tech Girlz
- Tech Girlz 2017/2018
- Trash Talk: First Lego League 2015
- Young AFCEANs
- Seeing the Real World Applications of STEM
- 3rd Place at the 1st Annual Ripken STEM Challenge
- Tech Girlz Debuts in Edgewood, Ava Marie Skypes with Havre de Grace
- 9 Club Members Witness a New STEM Initiative
- Tech Girlz Starts Off Strong
- STARS 2017 took off!
- New STEM Center at the Edgewood Site!
- I never knew I would enjoy STEM!
- Digital Arts: Support from our community
- STARS: Summer Camp for Techies/Nerds
- Show me the money!
- The best week of the summer!
- All in the Family!
- Our Congressman Rocks!
- Not what I expected!
- This science is not fiction!
- Traveling in style
- Hanging out with our new Girlfriend!
- Science Rules!
Category Archives: Insights From Interns 2015
The STEM room during the summer so far has been such an experience for me! I’ve learned so much. I enjoyed everything, from working on the marble rollercoasters to doing different types of models for different groups of kids. I even … Continue reading
My experience as an intern has helped me define what it is to be a leader. Working with children that have the desire to learn and listen to your knowledge could possibly be the best feeling in the world. I … Continue reading
In the summer of 2015, I had ample opportunities for cool STEM experiences! For example, the BGC was running a program called NASA’s BEST, which was filled with many kinds of cool experiments for kids from Pre-k to high school! … Continue reading
Note: After interning all summer in the STEM Center in Edgewood, on one of the final days of our summer program, Saron came to the Club and discovered an opportunity. On Tuesday, I came in to the STEM lab as … Continue reading
Everyone has played Simon Says. And a good portion of people have played an electronic version called Simon. Basically a series of lights is played and repeated back. But the code behind that game isn’t as simple as I found … Continue reading
I worked at the Robotics Camp at Camp Hidden Valley this summer. Over the years at the Boys & Girls Clubs, I have learned how to use Lego Robots, but not without having a mentor to help me learn or to … Continue reading
Creating Puppets at the Edgewood Library During the week of July sixth I had the opportunity to work with Mrs. Susan Ciavolino, three other interns/employees from the Boys and Girls club, and a group of remarkable children at the Edgewood … Continue reading