Provides enhanced learning experiences for high school aged girls in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics (STEAM).
Bradken is proud to add its third community partnership in support of STEM education for young women – STEAM* Girls Moquegua.
STEAM Girls Moquegua has been created as an after-school program to be run at select schools in the city of Moquegua, in Southern Peru, and aims to provide enhanced learning experiences for high school aged girls in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics (STEAM).
The Program includes infrastructure setup at the participating schools, including local educator recruitment, internet accessibility. Program finalisation is currently being completed with the program planned to start in line with the regular school year, from March 2022 - funded by Bradken and run by City Makers.
The STEAM Girls Moquegua program, will be delivered in partnership with Peru-based organisation City Makers, whose founder and president Johanna Johnson is a UNESCO education-award winner.
We are extremely proud of this new partnership and of our ongoing commitment to our communities through our chosen focus areas: health; environment and education – in particular STEM-based educational programs for young women.
CEO, Sean Winstone
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