All Girls Expedition 2.0 was relaunched and we are pleased to continue to build opportunities. AGE 2.0 is a weekend camping trip to Camp Sullivan a Forest Preserves of Cook County’s campground in Oak Forest, IL.
Kelsey Galante is Project Exploration’s newest team member. She has jumped in and gotten involved in various Project Exploration’s with an emphasis in coordinating Science Giants and a new project in the Austin community, more to come!
Project Exploration and the Chicago STEM Pathways Cooperative (STEM Co-op) are featured in a recent article by STEM Ready America, a compendium that highlights best practices and success stories from across the country demonstrating the critical role of out-of-school time STEM programs in fostering work readiness skills for today’s jobs.
The numbers are in, and this is the most packed Environmental Adventures ever!
Sisters4Science comes together and is ready to learn!
“I’ve been waiting two whole years for Brothers4Science! The girls have it and always kicked us out…! Now it’s our turn!”
I am very excited to discuss my wonderful students at Al Raby High School! They have really created a safe learning environment where they feel they can be successful and give their all 100 percent of the time. Within the first few weekends of program I have engaged...
Hello world! This is Ms. Tarana, reporting live from Carter G. Woodson South School! I have had the absolute pleasure of meeting and working with 15 wonderful girls from 5th-8th grade during this past month. We’ve had gotten to know one another as well as bond over...
Through the Chicago STEM Pathways Cooperative, Project Exploration is working alongside stakeholders in the Austin neighborhood to expand STEM learning opportunities for the community’s youth. The strengths-based approach is bridging assets and resources within Austin. Read more about some of the new projects launching in Austin through this incredible work!