Middle School Girls’ STEEM Summer Institute: Conservation and Wilderness Management

Jun 17 - Jun 21

LT Pick

Empowering Future Generations of Women in STEEM Fields: Science, Technology, Engineering, Environment, Math
This camp is dedicated to fostering a love for nature, scientific inquiry, and the critical role that STEEM disciplines play in conservation efforts.
Participants in this camp will embark on an exciting journey, exploring various aspects of conservation through hands-on activities, field trips, and engaging workshops led by experienced mentors. From understanding biodiversity and ecosystems to learning about endangered species and habitat restoration, girls will gain a deep appreciation for the importance of preserving our planet’s natural treasures.
The camp emphasizes the intersection of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in addressing conservation challenges. Girls will have the opportunity to explore cutting-edge technologies used in wildlife tracking, conservation mapping, and environmental monitoring. Through interactive experiments and real-world applications, they will develop practical skills and a solid foundation in conservation science.
Field trips to local conservation sites, land easements, and wildlife reserves will provide participants with firsthand experiences and insights into the diverse ecosystems around them. Guest speakers, including female leaders in conservation, will share their journeys, encouraging girls to envision themselves as future champions for conservation and wilderness management.

  • Tickets:
  • $295 for members, $315 for non-members includes an overnight
  • Date(s):
    • Mon, June 17
    • Tue, June 18
    • Wed, June 19
    • Thu, June 20
    • Fri, June 21