GeekDad friend Jason Sperber pointed out this incredible-looking camp in the SF Bay Area that helps high school-age girls become confident makers:
Studio G is a one-of-a-kind design and building summer camp for girls ages 9-12 that sparks creativity and curiosity through hands-on building, problem-solving, and meaningful making. Girls will cut plywood with a jigsaw, fuse metal with a welder, and create projects of personal and social relevance. Studio G’s instructors are female architects, designers, creative educators, and graduates of our Studio H high school design/build program.
Integrating science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) skills, Studio G projects build confidence, grit, and the belief that everything is possible in life and in the world. Studio G camp “graduates” will be equipped to communicate audacious ideas through their creative voice, transform their communities through active building, and go forth confidently into higher education and careers.
via Project H Design.