Tween Tech Volunteers

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Tween Tech is powered by people. Coordinators must be dedicated to the success of these programs, and understand how they fit into Solving the Equation by dispelling myths about girls and STEM, raising awareness early and often, and creating welcoming opportunities that sustain and nurture girls’ ongoing interest in STEM education and careers.

Tween Tech Coordinators – Roles & Responsibilities

Help NJ Middle School Girls Spend a Day with STEM

In the tradition of New Jersey’s own highly successful “Teen Tech” program, members of the Atlantic, Cape May, and Morris branches held the state’s first “Tween Tech” events on January 8th  2016 at Drew University (in the north) and Stockton University (in the south).

In 2017, “Tween Tech” workshops were held on January 6th at Drew University (in the north) and Stockton University (in the south).

In 2018, “Tween Tech” workshops were held on January 5th at Stockton University in Galloway, NJ for Southern NJ students

In 2019,Tween Tech” workshops were held on January 4th at Stockton University in Galloway, NJ for Southern NJ students.  Tween Tech Workshops will be held at Cumberland County College on March 15, 2019.

If interested in volunteering for future workshops, please Contact:

Dottie Pearson 609-898-4585 (for Southern site at Stockton)

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