by Harold Sorto September 15, 2016

Formlabs hosted a two-day 3D printing workshop for members of The Artemis Project as part of an initiative to inspire girls to pursue STEM. The Artemis Project is a summer program for female high school freshmen that focuses on Computer Science and its applications. The program helps students learn computer languages like Python and CSS, and it introduces them to robotics, circuits, and A.I. Students also learn how computer science is applied in the in

The program helps students learn computer languages like Python and CSS, and it introduces them to robotics, circuits, and A.I. Students also learn how computer science is applied in the in world. 

During the workshop, 5 Formlabs women engineers spoke to the project's participants and shared how they became interested in STEM. It became apparent that many of the engineers were encouraged by their mentors to pursue STEM while they were in middle school and high school. 

The engineers also noted that the project's participants were enthusiastic about learning and curious about 3D printing and STEM.

Read More: Formlabs - Women Engineers Pay It Forward, The Artemis Project

Photo Credit: Formlabs & The Artemis Project



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