Da Qiao Primary School
It is so cool to actually create something that can change lives or the world. I thought STEM is about robots and stuff but it is actually way more fun.
United World College of South East Asia (Dover)
I learnt from today’s STEM day camp that you can be whatever you want and it doesn’t matter if you’re a boy or a girl.
Stamford American International School
In other summer camps it is just teaching and stuff but I like how they do games. I loved everything.
It’s all about exposure. I want my daughter to see first hand what STEM encompasses. It’s not just difficult math problems and equations. STEM is so much more.
STEM helps girls to learn through activities what their favorite field might be. This is a hands-on experience for girls to experiment their interest and maybe one day be leading women of STEM. Along with this, girls also learn how important team work is, how to respect one another and think creatively. Overall, STEM is a stepping stone to future success stories.
volunteer facilitator from Building and Construction Authority
As women working in STEM, we are thankful for this unique opportunity to give back to the community and work with young girls and motivate them to take up STEM careers.
Thank you so much for the wonderful educational tour of HP last Sat. My daughter, Jessica Ng, has enjoyed the tour very much and can’t stop raving about it to family and friends. She was sharing with me the things she had learnt and how the HP staff was patient in showing them the different parts of printers and many other things that was shared during the tour. Thank you again for organising the tour and allowing Jessica to take part. I am sure the experience will encourage her pursuit in knowledge of Science and Technology. Truly appreciate your time and effort.
Cedar Girls' Secondary School
I liked the activities very much because they helped us to have a hands-on experience of what it is like to work in areas of STEM. I learnt how to think out of the box and create things by working together with my group members. It allows me to get a glimpse of what it is like to work in the engineering and technological field. I can use logical thinking and teamwork that I learnt through the activities to solve problems that I face in real life.
Head of Department of Science at CHIJ
Education is a community effort. One teacher in one classroom may do an amazing job, but collective community efforts are required for collective success. Having observed the remarkable things happening in the microcosm of our classrooms in Kellock convince me, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the programme has indeed made a difference to what our girls now view as viable careers in STEM, especially in the area of engineering. Thank you again for co-ordinating this project. I look forward to future collaboration opportunities that would see a symbiotic relationship between experts in various STEM professions helping experts in the classroom to inspire the next generation of female scholars in STEM.