NYC school seeks to expose more girls to STEM careers

12/10/2013 | Daily News (New York)

Schools in New York City have launched various programs to engage students in science, technology, engineering and math, with some placing special emphasis on inspiring girls in STEM. Students at the Bronx Academy for Software Engineering often work with industry professionals, and a recent field trip sought to teach girls about the need for engineers in the fashion industry. "The best part was seeing women working in tech at a very high level," student Josephine Larbi said, adding, "It shows us what's possible."

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