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Moving Full STEAM Ahead: Supporting STEAM-based Programming within Moderate to Low Income Communities

This workshop will provide insight into how state child welfare systems can support Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) programming for at-risk and underserved school-age youth.  Since 2016, the Georgia Divison of Family and Children Services has invested funding in STEAM-based programs within public agencies, school systems ad community-based organizations who serve youth in the foster care system and youth in low-to-moderate communities. Participants within this workshop will receive ideas, strategies and information that can serve as a blueprint for those representing state agencies and local organizations who would like to partner and provide greater opportunitites and experiences for the most vulnerable youth in their area or state.


Empowering Youth through STEM and Project-Based Learning