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C-STEM GIRL and GIRL+ Camps

GIRL (Girls in Robotics Leadership) and GIRL+ Camps for Next Generation of
Female Creators, Makers, and Leaders   

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 Click here for 2019 GIRL Site Information and Applications

Click here for 2019 GIRL+ Site Information and Applications

The 1-week C-STEM GIRL Camps motivate girls in middle school through peer mentoring by female college and high school students to learn leadership and STEM concepts through a fun and exciting robotics-based curriculum using Barobo Linkbot.

The 1-week C-STEM GIRL+ Camps motivate girls in high school through peer mentoring by female college students to learn leadership and STEM concepts through a fun and exciting physical computing with Arduino and robotics curriculum using Barobo Linkbot and Arduino.

All GIRL and GIRL+ Camps  in different regions are funded by various sponsors and attendance is FREE for camp participants. Camp participants are eligible for Girl’s Leadership Award.  Camp participants can apply for this award and  teachers can also nominate camp participants for this award

C-STEM is a UC Approved Educational Preparation Program for Undergraduate Admission for both  K-12 and Community College students to all UC campuses. Participation in these GIRL and GIRL+ camps, and Girl’s Leadership Award  are recognized in the UC admissions process as achievements that have explicitly prepared students for college and career. New undergraduate applicants in UC on-line application can select C-STEM as a UC Approved Educational Preparation Program to include their participation in GIRL/GIRL+ Camps.


Interested in hosting a GIRL and/or GIRL+ Camp for girls in your region?

If you are interested in hosting a GIRL and/or GIRL+ Camp, please check out C-STEM GIRL Camp Affiliate Program and email us at girlcamp@c-stem.ucdavis.edu.  Using the same equipment, you may host other youth camps as described in Barobo Afterschool Program.