by United Women Singapore
Apr 26, 2016

What we've been doing this first quarter

In the first quarter of tis year, Girls2Pioneers has been revamping their curriculum to incorporate challenges that will allow students to use STEM concepts to solve major community issues and do social good, while learning a lot! Participants can now create their own solutions to light poverty, earthquakes, strengthen car safety, build creative solutions for the aged and much more. 

Over the next month, 1200 students will get to try out this fabulous new cueeiculum and to not only challenge their imagination, but also provide feedback on what other problems they would like to solve. They also get to visit a dredging company, a mechanobiology lab and to meet the fantastic female engineers at Facebook!

Stay tuned for more. 

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United Women Singapore

Location: Singapore - Singapore
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @unitedwomen_sg
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Singapore, Singapore

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