Y-Girls STEAM Ahead: Warren
Open to girls entering grades 5-8.
YWCA Mahoning Valley Girls’ Camp is a summer program held at our Warren location geared toward girls in middle school and high school. Girls’ Camp aims to address the gender gap in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by providing resources and workshops to engage girls’ interests in STEM fields and keep them interested for future STEM careers. Girls in the month-long program learn from area women who are leaders in STEM fields; take field trips to regional manufacturers, factories, and labs; and explore STEM through hands-on learning experiences.
Warren’s Girls’ STEAM Camp is generously sponsored by:
- Chemical Bank
- The William J. Bruder Trust
- The Walter E. and Caroline H. Watson Foundation
- The Kennedy Family Fund, the Arnett Family Fund, and the Seals Family Donor Advised Endowment Fund, component funds of the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley
Summer 2019 Summer Camp Registration Details
Camp runs Mondays-Fridays, 9 am to 4 pm from July 8 to August 9.
$50 registration fee covers 5 weeks of camp, and includes all field trips, supplies, and healthy meals and snacks. Register by July 1 to reserve your spot. Registration fee can be paid online or by check.
Registration packets can be downloaded here and returned by email to email@example.com, mailed to YWCA (25 W. Rayen Ave., Youngstown, OH 44503), or dropped off at either YWCA location. Paper applications can be picked up at both offices. Registration fee and all registration paperwork must be returned to YWCA in order for enrollment to be completed.
Drop-off is at 9 am and pick-up is at 4 pm at our Warren office (375 N. Park Ave.).
For more information about Warren’s girls’ STEAM camp, please contact Robin or Emily at (330) 746-6361 ext. 125.
2019 Warren Summer STEAM Schedule
Week 1: Summer Manufacturing Institute — Explore the world of manufacturing with our partners at Oh Wow! You’ll go on site visits that offer hands-on learning experiences. Work in the Oh Wow! InspireWorks Lab to manufacture your own creations.
Week 2: Multimedia Communications — Get your pencils and notebooks ready! Visit local radio and TV stations to get the scoop on how the news is made. You’ll chase leads, conduct interviews, take footage, write stories, and produce your own magazine!
Week 3: Mixed Media Arts — Get creative and try your hand at a variety of artistic mediums as you learn from artists and creators. Prove you’re an expert in sewing and earn your machine license!
Week 4: NFTE Entrepreneur Experience — Take your big ideas and turn them into a business! NFTE’s Pathways program activates the entrepreneurial mindset in girls. Ignite your imagination and create your own business concept.
Week 5: GUTS (Girls Using Tools) — Learn to use tools, plan projects, and build products from our friends at Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership. Master carpentry skills with your team and build your own project.