Cancelled due to Hurricane Irma
September 9, 2017 11:00 AM Pine Lakes Golf Club 400 Pine Lakes Parkway Palm Coast, FL
Laura Adolfie AAUW Florida STEM Coordinator
Ms. Adolfie will discuss the Tech Trek Program in Florida.
2017 Flagler Branch Tech Trek Winners!
Karissa Jackson Giva Clavizzao Indian Trails Middle School Buddy Taylor Middle School
These eighth graders attended the Tech Trek STEM Camp held June 11 to 17, 2017 at Palm Beach State College, Boca Raton, Florida. Girls from Flagler County have attended Tech Trek for the past five years!
Larisa Kupinszky Ms. Kupinszky, a Daytona State College student working on her Associate’s Degree, attended the NCCWSL Conference May 31 to June 3, 2017 at the University of Maryland, College Park. Our branch sends one young woman from the Flagler Campus of Daytona State College to this premier leadership conference each year!
Scholarships and Arts Grants
We awarded a grand total of $11,000!
2 scholarships of $2000 to graduating high school seniors Amossi Miller and Ivana Moore – both from Flagler Palm Coast High School
3 continuing education scholarships of $2000 Carrie Hartnett, Jerica Rode and Corinne Schaefer
3 arts grants totaling $1,000 Evan Hernandez, Brooklyn Hoffmann and Sekora Schuman
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