Increasing Girls' Participation in STEM
The Picscience Summer Project Program for high school students has become a critical talent pipeline.
The PicScience Initiative, a vital part of this collaboration, works tirelessly to break stereotypes and inspire Barbour County's girls to become STEM leaders. By offering mentorship and overcoming barriers, the initiative empowers these talented girls to cultivate their skills and aspirations in science and technology.
The partnership between Grove Community Outreach and the PicScience Initiative highlights our shared dedication to talent development, diversity, and equality. By investing in the education and dreams of students, especially young girls, we are fostering a community of innovators and problem solvers who will shape the future of STEM.
Join us in celebrating the success of Semaj and Ja'Mea as they exemplify the limitless potential within Barbour County's young minds. Together with the PicScience Initiative, we are committed to inspiring and supporting future STEM leaders. Be a part of our mission to empower young girls, fuel their passion, and create a brighter future in STEM.
Brooke Tinsley, a sophomore at Elba High School, joined the Picscience Summer Youth Program. Brooke is learning basic video editing and is using Premiere Pro, a video editing platform.
As early as 2011, Picscience has emphasized careers in science and partnered with universities such as Texas A&M to boost STEM awareness.
Picscience employs interns and youth crews to complete our mission work and to reach the next generation of scientists, engineers, and technologists.
This work covers a broad spectrum of solid learning opportunities for those exploring possible career tracks.