CAMPUS NEWS: JUNE 25, 2019

GE GIRLS CAMP

GE Girls Camp at the University of New Orleans Focuses On STEM Careers

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The weeklong GE Girls camp held at the University of New Orleans introduces campers to various STEM careers, including computer programming and forensics, through hands-on activities such as a session called outdoor chemistry.

The weeklong GE Girls camp held at the University of New Orleans introduces campers to various STEM careers, including computer programming and forensics, through hands-on activities such as a session called outdoor chemistry.

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