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STEM Storytellers

STEM Storytellers

Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 6–Dec. 1, 2022
6–8 pm

Are you a creative high school student? Do you love to learn and inspire others? Become a published author in STEM Storytellers!

During program sessions at Carnegie Science Center, participants are paired with a mentor and guided through the process of writing and illustrating a children’s book on a science, technology, engineering, or math topic. These sessions cover content such as topic selection, research, children’s book structures, author bios, and self-publishing. By the end of the program, students will have a children’s book published on Amazon and the opportunity to share their book with the community through book donations and readings with groups of children.

What are the requirements?

What are the program benefits?

  • Develop your confidence in STEM and writing
  • Learn more about career paths by working with a mentor
  • Work with Science Center staff to become knowledgeable of the writing and publishing process
  • Explore a STEM topic you’re interested in and share that knowledge with your community
  • Have a published book on Amazon

How much does this program cost?

  • STEM Storytellers is free

When does STEM Storytellers take place?

  • Students meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6–8 pm September 6, 2022, through December 1, 2022.

Who can apply?

  • Applications are open to all students ages 14-18. Preference is given to students who are eligible for free or reduced lunch.

Students apply here by July 29, 2022! opens in a new window

Are you an adult with experience in science, technology, engineering, art, writing, publishing, or math? Are you passionate about inspiring and supporting youth? Apply to be a mentor! opens in a new window

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