Girl’s STEAM Night Out presented by SYNNEX F2F
SYNNEX F2F and Mauldin High School’s FRC Flash Team #1319 hosted a Makerspace Girls’ STEAM Night Out on August, 31, 2017 to inspire, empower and engage girls in grade 3 – 8. One of SYNNEX F2F’s goals is to foster young girls’ curiosity to explore and be inspired by STEAM programs, because girls are our future and we are confident that STEAM Powered Girls are the next generation of leaders. Supporting girls in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math is a key ingredient to promote higher education that will create a diverse and skilled workforce, and innovations in areas like robotics and the environment that will exceed what’s possible today. The Girls’ STEAM Night Out gave parents an opportunity to witness the enthusiasm of girls experiencing STEAM and think differently about how they inspire the young people in their life. To be STEAM powered Girls, parents’ words of encouragement can be life-changing. #STEAMpoweredGirls
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