The Sally Ride Science at UC San Diego's summer program is a dynamic opportunity for students entering 3rd to 12th grade to dive into the world of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM). Through a series of engaging and hands-on workshops, participants step into the shoes of space explorers, marine biologists, computer programmers, and more. Guided by top-notch STEAM instructors, who serve as both educators and inspirational role models, students embark on immersive projects that foster a deep understanding of these fields.
One distinctive aspect of these summer workshops is the incorporation of real-life stories from accomplished women in STEAM, showcasing their vibrant careers and groundbreaking research. By highlighting these role models, the Sally Ride Science Academy not only inspires young learners but also makes the path to STEAM careers more accessible and relatable. This program is a gateway for students to explore their passions and build a strong foundation in these crucial fields, paving the way for future success in STEAM-related endeavors. For more information about the San Diego Camp Fair, click this link.
Blog posts by Abby Barber, Noah Naftulin, Josh Naftulin, and Kiana Kim