Teentech 2019

Contact: aauwnjteentech@gmail.com


900 College Drive, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054

Friday, May 3, 2019

8:30 AM – 2:00 PM

For high school students in Burlington, Camden, Mercer, and Gloucester Counties 

Thanks to everyone that participated!

Teentech Article

On Friday May 3rd, the RCBC campus was guest to 70 young women that were introduced to different hands on activities in STEM. The event was cosponsored by the Medford Chapter of AAUW and the RCBC STEM Division. The students were from seven Burlington and Camden area High Schools. They enjoyed STEM activities that included academic areas of biology, biometry, computer science, geospatial technology and electrical engineering technology put on by the respective faculty. The technology educators accompanying the students were introduced to the degrees and uniqueness that STEM has to offer at RCBC. Each young woman was able to experience two workshops, learn more about RCBC, experience our beautiful campus, and hangout with Barry.

– Elizabeth Price

Barry the mascot with students from Lenape HS at Teentech RCBC at Teentech Rowan College at Burlington County, May 3, 2019.

Barry the mascot with students from Delran HS at Teentech Rowan College at Burlington County, May 3, 2019.

Barry the mascot with students from Delran HS at Teentech Rowan College at Burlington County, May 3, 2019.

North Burlington HS at Teentech RCBC

Barry the mascot with students from North Burlington HS at Teentech Rowan College at Burlington County

Please contact teentech@rcbc.edu for more information


Galloway Township, NJ

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Thanks to everyone that participated!

About 100 high school girls from schools in Atlantic and Cape May counties participated in workshops at Teentech at Stockton University, one in the morning and one after lunch. 

Dear Facilitators, Volunteer Chaperones, and Educators,

Thank you very much for everything you did to make Teen Tech 2019 at Stockton University a big success! The girls expressed excitement not only about the engaging workshops they attended, but also about the motivation you’re ALL providing for them to continue pursuing STEM pathways for their education and possible future careers. Your volunteer service to this program continues to help make an impact on narrowing the gender gap in STEM fields. THANK YOU!

Please read the Stockton news story and view the photos to see the positive impact of your service on our future generation of STEM professionals:

https://stockton.edu/news/2019/teen-tech-2019.html

https://www.flickr.com/photos/stockton_edu/albums/72157708825376333

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipMRHKiHi7sFI_N2H-WM6yYEmlyv_iQsifujbzHYehaTpus6alfDtXTOWpidNrxitw?key=dzVabVNoNTFuVm4wTFZVUXgyZVNsS2F5bGxnMTRR

Thank you again for your positive impact on our future!

Claudine Keenan
Dean of Education
Stockton University

Questions? please contact AAUWSTEMCAMP@stockton.edu


Montclair, NJ

Friday, May 31, 2019

Thanks to everyone that participated!

Teentech Empowers Girls to Envision STEM Careers

(Press Release, June 5, 2019)

University partnered with the American Association of University Women of New Jersey to engage high schoolers (Read More)

L to R: Karen Brown, Stella Hyman, Summer Elsayed, Tori Zirul, Lorraine LaShelle, Nina Del Collo, Mary Graves

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2019 Teentech MSU Brochure