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2018 ACES Camp a Huge Success!

 

SARSEF’s ACES Camp for 40 Middle School girls proved to be the best yet. Students experienced life on a college campus while exploring STEM fields. Girls experienced being a vet tech, software programmer, chemist, physicist, engineer, environmental scientist, and so much more!  The coding day at IBM was a camp favorite, as was building airplanes with the UA’s College of Engineering. Pima College provided the meeting rooms each day – and so much more! A special thank you to our sponsor Raytheon, and Camp leaders Chaunteal Rasmussen and Karen Christensen, as well as the 12 past participants who came back to serve as volunteer camp counselors!

 

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What is SARSEF?

SARSEF Deputy Director, Liz Baker, explains SARSEF’s core program – free Educational Outreach for underrepresented K-12 students in Southern Arizona areas of poverty and rural communities.  

SARSEF provides in-class presentations in critical thinking and problem solving through hands-on research for students, professional development to teachers on integrating standards, and science nights guiding parents on how to help their children find a passion for science.

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Want to find out more about what it means to think critically? https://sarsef.org/home/critical-thinking-problem-solving/

SARSEF Office at 4574 E. Broadway Blvd. Tucson AZ 85711

 

Creating the Next Generation of Critical Thinkers and Problem Solvers through Science and Engineering

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