Our New Program Teaches Indigenous Girls How to Code We are delighted to announce a collaboration with SONAC: “Sisterhood of Native American Coders,” a nonprofit organization founded by Elisabeth Holm. SONAC will provide an interactive introduction to STEM for 9 – 12 year old Native American girls. Our New Program Teaches Indigenous Girls How to Code WeContinue reading “Coding is How We Talk to Computers!”
Expect More Excellence Tour We were honored to be a part of the Expect More Excellence Tour which “…spotlights what Arizonans are doing today to make progress toward world-class education, and celebrates the kind of excellence we expect and believe must be available to all students.” Find out what they had to say about WhyContinue reading “We Are So Thankful!”
With over 17,000 members, the Space Hipsters group on Facebook is more than an online forum of space enthusiasts.
Win Astronaut Luciana Vega!
A History of Our Girls Space Camp Journey Help us raise the $6,500.00 needed to make 2019 Space Camp Possible! We started off in 2017 with cute little girls leaving the Reservation and flying on a plane for the first time. Their excitement was palpable. They were so nervous to leave their families and flyContinue reading “Space Camp 2019 or Bust!”
We studied chemical reactions by making fluffy slime, mixing Diet Coke and Mentos, and baking soda and vinegar.
The girls had a nice team building day watching Wonder Woman, visiting the University of Arizona, and bowling.
They did it! Congratulations to Saydee, Serena, and Sole! They did great. Thank you for supporting the girls. We are grateful.
Sole and Sayde sending a message to their mom’s.
STEM in Action The Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation (SARSEF) has been organizing and running the science fair since 1955, and this year we are submitting our first project! The girls have been working very hard and have had a lot of fun along the way!