G.E.M.S. will be holding its STEM Saturday Academy Saturday February 9, 2019 from 10:30 am - 1:00 pm at the New Carrolton Branch Library.
Girls will explore STEM fields through hands-on activities. Lunch will be provided.
Black Girls CODE DC Chapter Presents: Teach, Play, and Learn with Artificial Intelligence
Students will will get a chance to create virtual chat boxes as well as work on programming a computer to guess your inputs - all on its own!
TechGirls is selecting 10 US Youth Ambassadors (Ages 15-17)
This is your chance to collaborate with female STEM leaders from across the globe, gain important tech skills, and build lifelong friendships.
You will be learning programming in Python and Cybersecurity 101 at one of the top tech universities in the country.
Applications close February 14, 2019.
G.E.M.S. held after-school enrichment programs at Buck Lodge Middle School and William Wirt Middle School in Prince George's County, MD.
Girls worked with University of Maryland undergraduate students on hands-on activities related to STEM.
G.E.M.S. STEM Saturday Academy offered girls the opportunity to explore STEM fields. Girls built robotic arms, balloon-powered cars, and explored Maryland Day at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Students work on experiment at Buck Lodge Middle School
Girls work to build robotic arm with UMD volunteer
Students work with UMD Maryland Center for Women in Computing (MCWIC) at Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Summer Academy
G.E.M.S. board member, Raluca, works with student on math activity at William Wirt Math Family Night.
G.E.M.S. thanks Alpha Omega Epsilon for sponsoring the 5K Turtle Trot benefiting G.E.M.S.
G.E.M.S. students participated in a competition for designing a boat that could carry the most metal washers. The winning boat designed was able to carry 44 washers.
Congratulations to our winner!
Dr. Raluca Rosca accepts a diploma on behalf of GEMS of Prince George’s County as part of the Transforming Neighborhood Initiative (TNI) recognition event (July 15, 2016). It is great to know that the work of our mentors, school sponsors and students is recognized by Dr. Kevin M. Maxwell (CEO, PGCPS) and PG County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III.