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STEMHer has partnered with The C.A.R.E Foundation once again for a IN-PERSON workshop on Artificial Intelligence and programming in St Kitts island on August 13th, 2022. 

The workshop was taught to a group or girls ages 12 through 16 Artificial Intelligence concepts like testing and training data, neural networks, and more. The girls learned to code their own Siri robot using Scratch. Amiya, the founder and CEO of STEMHer taught this workshop in hopes of inspiring young girls to pursue careers in fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, aligning with the mission of STEMHer. The workshop ended with all of the girls receiving certificates for their hard work from Amiya and Dr. Christine Walwyn, President of the C.A.R.E Foundation. 

 

Amiya received a youth leadership award for her efforts from Dr. Christine Walywn and Dr. Terrance Drew, founder of the foundation and Prime Minister of St. Kitts in Nevis. 

 

Watch a video about the workshop and partnership here!


Special thank you to Christine Walywn, Victor Webster, and Dr. Terrance Drew!!

Read about C.A.R.E Foundation below. 

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STEMHer partnered with The C.A.R.E Foundation for a Girls Only Coding workshop in St Kitts island on Thursday, July 14th, 2022.

The C.A.R.E Foundation is "a humanitarian organization focused on community outreach across St. Kitts and Nevis to do good and to serve wherever there is a need. The Foundation and its cadre of volunteers will work across the entire nation to change and impact lives one individual, one family, one community at a time in order to improve and empower lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice."

The workshop was taught to a group of intelligent and engaged young girls ages 13 through 15. It covered basic programming skills like loops and condition statements through the visual programming software, Scratch. Amiya, the founder and CEO of STEMHer taught this workshop in hopes of inspiring young girls to pursue careers in fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, aligning with the mission of STEMHer. The workshop ended with all of the girls receiving certificates for their hard work from Founder Dr. Terrance Drew.

Special thank you to Christine Walywn, Victor Webster, and Dr. Terrance Drew!!

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STEMHer's, Founder and CEO, Amiya Chokhawala in interview with Diana Drake of Future of the Business World at Wharton Global Youth Program. Amiya talks about technology and her own persuasive brand of girl power that expands to six countries (now twelve).

Listen to the full PODCAST 

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STEMHer is honored to receive Adult Friend Organization recognition from World's Children's Prize Foundation.

Adult Friend Organization shows the world that they support the WCP's program efforts to educate and empower children as humane change-makers supporting the equal value of all people, their rights of the child, democracy, and sustainable development.

We are excited to announce to receive project funding to expand our STEMTutor Project Globally from The KidsRights Changemaker Ogranisation. 


KidsRights is an international organization that works with children to create a world in which children's rights are guaranteed. Together they promote change. Worldwide, there are many talented children with promising initiatives. KidsRights wants all of them to be recognized and supported in their effort to improve children's rights. No matter how small these initiatives maybe, with the right support they can have an enormous unlimited impact.