Engineering, chemistry, aquatic ecology and forensics will be the study topics at the Springmill Summer STEM Camp for Girls, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. July 17-21.

Ohio State Mansfield will host the free camp for girls in grades 4 through 6 at Mansfield City Schools’ Springmill Learning Center, 1200 Nestor Drive. Education students at Ohio State Mansfield will lead interactive sessions in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) galleries. Girls will rotate to a different gallery each evening.

Local women who work in STEM fields will lead discussions about their careers and mentor girls in the galleries. Activities are planned for parents too.

Support for the camp is provided by a grant from the Richland County Foundation Women’s Fund and through a partnership with Mansfield City Schools.

Register online at: go.osu.edu/stem4girls


Send us your news — of an announcement, event,
club news, fundraiser – whatever! It’s easy to do online.

Become a 1812Blockhouse Newsroom Member, support independent media in Richland County, and get access to the new Super Richland! Details here.
You May Also Like

Mansfield Students Return To School, But Ominous Weather Looms

Students returned to Mansfield City Schools Monday after missing all of last…

Richland Correctional Sends Backpacks, Suppplies To Prospect Elementary

Fifty backpacks and several boxes of school supplies were delivered to Prospect…

Proposed School Funding Bill Would Boost All County Districts

A school funding measure introduced in the Ohio House of Representatives might…

Mansfield Schools 2017-2018 Calendar Set

The first day of school for Mansfield City Schools students will be…