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Re: [blackbiz-233] Summer Camp for African American Girls in 4th-8th grade

From: user 6.
Sent on: Tuesday, February 26, 2008 5:33 PM
My "little sister" Tajanee is 10 and I'll ask her if she would be interested.....

Pia <[address removed]> wrote:
Do you know any bay area African American girls that would be interested in attending math/ science summer camp for free? The Silicon Valley Chapter of National Coalition of 100 Black Woman is current accepting applications for summer 2008. The application package can be downloaded
The application deadline has been extended to March 12th.
Pathfinder: Science, Math, Technology (P:SMT)
Since its inception in 1996, the Silicon Valley Chapter is particularly concerned about
young girls who have not had the opportunity, encouragement, exposure and/or resources
to access career information, especially in science and technology. The Chapter's current
focus is on minority girls in 4th ? 8th grade. This is the age group least likely to receive
access to math and science programs that will help shape their plans for higher education.

That's why NCBW launched the Pathfinder: Science, Math and Technology (P:SMT)
Scholarship program to help girls develop an appreciation for math, science and
technology.  Our goal is to encourage young girls to prepare for careers in the
interdependent high-tech economy and global scientific community.  Through the
generous support of local individuals, businesses and organizations, the Chapter
serviced over one hundred and twenty young girls at Technology Day and sent thirty-five
scholarship recipients to camp this past summer.  

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