Tech Trek

AAUW FL Tech Trek camp is a week-long STEM camp for rising eighth grade girls. Girls live on campus in residence halls, attend core classes, hands on workshops, field trips and a Professional Women’s Night. Potential campers must be in the seventh grade, nominated by their teacher, complete the application process and interview before selection is made by an AAUW state committee.  Since 2013, thirty-nine Flagler middle school girls have attended AAUW Florida Tech Trek.  Read more at the AAUW FL Tech Trek site.

With the exception of a $25 registration fee, all costs are fully funded by AAUW Florida Supporting Foundation, Inc. Donations for Tech Trek are appreciated and can be mailed to AAUW Flagler at P O Box 354873, Palm Coast, Florida 32135-4873. Please make checks payable to AAUW Flagler and note “Tech Trek” in the memo section. You may also donate through our secure, online payment portal through our website: https://flaglercounty-fl.aauw.net/

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2021 Tech Trek Campers from Flagler County

Lillian Ames-Indian Trails

Ava Jean Muldoon-Indian Trails

Lorelei Killmer-Buddy Taylor

Lorelei Killmer-Buddy Taylor

Arianna Slaughter-Buddy Taylor

Arianna Slaughter-Buddy Taylor

 

 

 

 

Mallory Blackburn-Buddy Taylor

Mallory Blackburn-Buddy Taylor

Jasper Donoso Tech Trek Winner 2020

Jasper Donoso-Imagine School

Lily Mota Tech Trek Winner 2020

Lily Mota – Indian Trails

 

 

 

 

2021 AAUW Tech Trek – Seven Flagler County students were chosen to attend the virtual 2021 Florida Tech Trek Camp – two students from Indian Trails Middle School (ITMS): Lillian Ames and Jasmine Vitkauskas, along with five Buddy Taylor Middle School students: Mallory Blackburn, Lorelei Rose Killmer, Ava Jean Muldoon, Megan Rhee, and Arianna Slaughter.  Two of four Flagler recipients from 2020, Jasper Joy Donoso (Imagine School) and Lily Mota (ITMS), will also be in attendance.  The virtual camp will be held from July 19-23. This year, AAUW Florida Tech Trek identified 104 girls for this STEM experience. Of those, 44 are from the Tech Trek Class of 2020 and 60 represent Tech Trek 2021.

Read about our Tech Trek participants in Flagler News Weekly, the Palm Coast Observer and the News-Journal


 2020 AAUW Tech Trek Winners –  Four Flagler County students were chosen to attend the two 2020 Florida Tech Trek Camps.  Jasper Donoso from Imagine School and Lily Mota from Indian Trails will attend the camp at Stetson University in Deland, June 14-20.  Morgan Ashley Chafe and Sophie Pedro from Buddy Taylor Middle School will attend Florida Atlantic  University in Jupiter,  June 21-27.  2020 Tech Trek Camps were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

2019 AAUW Tech Trek Winners – Six Flagler County students were chosen to attend the two 2019 Florida Tech Trek Camps – Stetson University in Deland, June 9 – 15 and Florida Atlantic University in Jupiter, June 16 – 22.  Each camp accepted 48 girls.  The selected campers were   Kumite Clavizzao, Haley Tarala and Aun’Yale Howard from Buddy Taylor Middle School, Naomi Knight from Imagine School and Summer Barnes and Leila Jackson from Indian Trails.

http://daytonatimes.com/2019/03/21/aauw-flagler-picks-six-students-for-tech-trek-scholarship/

AAUW Brings First Tech Trek to Stetson for Middle School Girls

2018 AAUW Tech Trek Winners – Five Flagler County students were chosen to attend the Florida Tech Trek Camp on the campuses of Palm Beach State College and Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL held June 10-18, 2018.  There were 64 slots available to students statewide.  The girls from our county selected to attend were Alyssa Thompson and Haley Ritter, from Buddy Taylor Middle School, Josephina Silano, from Indian Trails Middle School and Arwen Frye and Haley Ryman, Imagine School at Town Center.

2017 AAUW Tech Trek Winners – Two Flagler County students were chosen to attend the Florida Tech Trek camp at Palm Beach State College on the FAU Boca Raton Campus from June 11-17, 2017.  There were 64 slots available to students statewide.  The girls from our county selected to attend were Karissa Jackson from Indian Trails Middle School and  Giva Clavizzao from Buddy Taylor Middle School.

Florida Tech Trek 2017

2016 AAUW Tech Trek Winners – Two Flagler County students were chosen to attend the Florida Tech Trek camp at Palm Beach State College on the FAU Boca Raton Campus from June 12-18, 2016.  There were 60 slots available to students statewide.  The girls from our county selected to attend were  Ashley Andrews and Jayla Alton.

2015 Tech Trek Winners – Three Flagler County girls were selected to attend the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Tech Trek STEM Camp 2015 at Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL on June 27 – July 3.  Only forty four girls statewide were selected. The Flagler County girls selected are Aleah Selman and Madison Mead from Buddy Taylor Middle School and Brea Dwyer from Indian Trails Middle School.

2014 Tech Trek Winners – Eight Flagler County girls were selected to attend the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Tech Trek STEM Camp 2014 at Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL on July 13-19.  Only forty girls statewide were selected for this program.  The girls included Loneke Selman, Alaina Behler, Sarah Metscher, and Mariann Trecki from Buddy Taylor Middle School and Nicole Januskiewicz, Emily Wise, Gabrielle Wong, and Zoe Estberg from Indian Trails Middle School.

2013 Tech Trek Winners – Six Flagler County girls were selected for the first AAUW FL Tech Trek Camp July 21-26, 2013 at University of Central Florida. The Flagler County girls were Delaney Booth, Abigail Chirco, Kalie Januakiewicz, Elizabeth Recker, Hannah Williams and Joslyn Wilson.