We are so excited to announce that Ball Aerospace’s STEM outreach program will be supporting Cool Girls this fall. It’s thrilling for Cool Girls to explore and learn about space, astronomy, rockets and more with the people who are building satellites and instruments that go into space. Once a month, a BallAero engineer or scientist will share their passion for STEM topics and careers. As always, it will be topics that the kids have chosen as a field of interest.
Seagate Technology Supporting Cool Girls!
Cool Girls Science and Art Club is excited to announce a new partnership with Seagate Technology’s Women’s Leadership Network at their Longmont, CO location. Seagate is a global leader in data storage and is committed to community involvement. Seagate’s commitment to community involvement focuses on:
“Seagate’s primary objective is to advance awareness of and interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education through hands-on learning opportunities for children, and aims to allocate at least 50% of available funding to this area. As part of this focus, Seagate looks for opportunities to inspire tomorrow’s digital creators, consumers and innovators. The company places importance on extending these learning experiences to the disadvantaged within our communities.”
Members of Seagate’s Women’s Leadership Network will be mentoring Cool Girls once a month which includes support of field trips. Why we are so excited is that our Cool Girls have the opportunity to learn about Technology from women who are on the cutting edge of the cloud computing revolution. This new partnership will greatly help Cool Girls continue its mission of inspiring the next generation of girls in the STEM fields.