Our mission with the ATPF Girls in STEM Program is to teach girls with autism about STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The goal of this program is to enable girls to explore the field of STEM in a friendly and low-pressure environment, build teamwork skills, and inspire them to pursue opportunities in the field of STEM! We aim to improve their confidence, behaviors, and social communications.
This program is currently led by ATPF Volunteer Program Directors Michelle Ripol and Gianna Pusateri, and board members of the Canyon Crest Academy Girls Who Code Club, and is offered over zoom! Through this program, girls can explore coding, robotics, math projects, engineering, and more. Since 2016, this program has served 40 ATPF Girls to date.
"Good services for autistic kids!" - Helen Dean
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