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STEM Pathways for Girls

An inspiring monthly program dedicated for girls and nonbinary students in 5th-8th grade. The program includes an inspiring one-day conference for 100-150 girls usually on a Saturday, augmented by monthly in-depth workshops and camps led by professional women in STEM. The girls experience new STEM hands-on activities in small groups and engage in a friendly, safe environment to make long-lasting friendships.

Due to our funding restrictions, priority is given to students in Northern New Mexico in the following counties: Santa Fe, Taos, San Miguel, Mora, Sandoval, Rio Arriba, and Los Alamos.

Conference information

At the annual day-long conference about 150 girls in 5th-8th grade get to attend a keynote address, hands-on workshops in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) led by women professionals, and a STEAM and College Fair. The girls get a chance to meet STEM role models, like-minded peers, and expand their knowledge of what STEM careers are all about.

Event Registration Process

Registration for the 2022 conference is open now. Check below.

You can also register for some of the workshops. More will be available soon.

Events Dates and Locations

STEM Pathway for Girls 2022

November 5th 2022 (to be confirmed)
Girls in 5th-8th grade
Santa Fe Community College
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An inspiring monthly program dedicated for girls in 5th-8th grade from the seven counties and pueblos of Northern New Mexico. The program kicks off with an inspiring one-day conference for 200 girls usually on a Saturday in October/November. The conference is followed by 6 monthly in-depth workshops led by women in STEM.

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Events Dates and Locations

SPFG 2022 Conference

Saturday November 5, 2022
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Girls and nonbinary students in 5th-8th grade
at Santa Fe Community College

An inspiring conference dedicated for girls in 5th-8th grade from the seven counties and pueblos of Northern New Mexico. The program kicks off with an inspiring one-day conference for 150 girls usually on a Saturday in October/November. The conference is augmented by monthly in-depth workshops led by women in STEM.

Non-Refundable Registration Fee: $25 (Indicate on this form if fee waiver is needed).
Cuota de Registro No- Reembosable: $25 (Indique en este formulario si necesita una exención de la cuota)

Includes Lunch & T-Shirt

incluye lonche y una camiseta

Once registered, an email will be sent to you with more details.
Una vez registrado, se le enviará un correo electrónico con más detalles.

A guardian email address is to be used for ALL STEM Santa Fe related activities (emails, Zoom log in, etc.). Please do not provide a school email address.
Dirección de correo electrónico del tutor que se utilizará para TODAS las actividades relacionadas con la STEM Santa Fe (correos electrónicos, inicio de sesión de Zoom, etc.). Por favor, no proporcione una dirección de correo electrónico de la escuela.**

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December 2022 Workshop

Fun with Fluids

Saturday December 3, 2022
9:30 to 11:30 am
Girls and nonbinary students in 5th-8th grade
at Santa Fe Community College

Learn basic fluid mechanic concepts. How and where fluids are present in everyday life. The various degree fields fluids are applicable in, and how fluids are used professionally.

Create different types of fluids like slime and glitter lava lamps while exploring different build behaviors!

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October 2022 Workshop

Fabulous Medicines: Beads and Molecules

Saturday October 15, 2022
9:30 to 11:30 am
Girls and nonbinary students in 5th-8th grade
at Santa Fe Community College

Biologic Medicines are special medicines that save lives. You will be the scientist working with your team to make decisions to make as pure a "medicine" as possible using colored beads as a model. Do you try to make more medicine? Or do you make less medicine but make it more pure?  Experience the excitement of seeing how the decisions your team make result in making a pure "bead-ologic medicine"

Presented by Jean McLarty, PhD.

Prior to retirement in 2020, Jean spent 20+ years in Research and Development at a Biotech/Pharmaceutical company, Sanofi. Her group developed life-altering and life-saving therapies for serious diseases. She has maintained a strong interest in outreach to and education for young people, to raise awareness of opportunities and careers in Science where they have the opportunity to make a real difference in quality of life for patients with these rare diseases.

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September 2022 Workshop

Biology The study of Life

September 17th 2022
9:30 to 11:30 am
Girls and nonbinary students in 5th-8th grade
at Santa Fe Community College

Presented by Patricia Maslow, students will get hands-on experiences role playing as both Fisheries and Plant Biologists!

Be a Fisheries Biologist: Research a fishery that has been polluted by a nearby factory, examine the fish population, and test water samples to see if there has been any potential harm.

Be a Plant Biologist: Do some fieldwork outside of the laboratory! Examine different plants growing outdoors in order to assess which plants naturally thrive in our area which then can be used locally for landscaping, parks, and other public areas.

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Questions?
Contact Registration@stemsantafe.org
or call (505) 570-5402

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