Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

15-year-old Jacqueline Means to host another Girls Empowerment STEM Event

The free event takes over Wilmington's William G. Turner Building on Nov. 5.

A chance to explore science.

(Photo by Flickr user TESFox, used under a Creative Commons license)

Jacqueline Means, aka STEM Queen and founder of the Wilmington Urban Chess Initiative, hosted her first Girls Empowerment STEM Event in August, and she’ll be following it up with a second event for girls ages 7 to 13 on Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the William G. Turner Building in Wilmington.
The event will include STEM experiments, chess lessons, a live performance by Wilmington educational hip-hop duo Lyrical Math, a cyberbullying talk and lunch — and it’s all free.
Registration is required. To register, contact info@wilmingtonurbanchess.com.

Jacqueline had a great time hosting her 1st Girls Empowerment STEM event. We teach STEM and chess to kids! #netde #inwilm #girlsinstem

Posted by Wilmington Urban Chess Initiative on Monday, August 14, 2017


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