Go Red! Go STEM!

Danielle Clifford-Earles, Community Impact Director, and Brianna Herndon, VP for Development, discuss the Greater Baltimore American Heart Association Chapter’s Go Red, Go STEM program. The program encourages middle school girls to pursue STEM careers. Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfes

Let’s Go with STEM

Debbie Dininno, Baltimore Area Director, discusses how Let’s Go Boys and Girls brings STEM to students who don’ normally have access to or seem interested in STEM. They operated in Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook

The Wide Range of STEM at NNS

Gary Artybridge, Community Relations Manager, discusses the Newport News Shipbuilding’s (NNS) SEEK program. SEEK stands for Shipbuilders Engaging and Educations Kids and has many components for students and teachers Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook @maryl

FIRST Chesapeake and Robots

Leighann Scott Boland, Executive Director, discusses how FIRST Chesapeake runs the FIRST program in Maryland, Virginia and DC. She talks about they use robots to teach leadership and life skills. Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook @marylandstemfestival and on our

STEM and 4H in Baltimore City

Albert Lewis discusses Baltimore City STEM programs run by the University of Maryland Extension commonly known as 4-H. One of those efforts combines STEM with African American history at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook @marylandst

Pongos, Pongos, Pongos

Chrissy Rey, Founder of Pongos Learning Lab, discusses how she turned her love of technology and coding into an educational program for kids ranging from kindergarten to eight-grade. They have adult led training classes and student led clubs. Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @md

STEM at Northeast HS

Kerry Anne Kedzierski, STEM Lead Teacher at Northeast High School, discuses Cecil County STEM track. She talks about her path as the only female at her college training to be a physics teacher. Follow the Festival on Twitter @mdstemfest, Instagram @mdstem, Facebook @marylandstemfestival and on our w