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STSI to Host Its 11th Annual Summer STEAM Camp for Girls – July 6-17

Sister to Sister International, Inc. (STSI) announces its 11th year of empowering Black and girls of color in the lower Hudson Valley Region in the area of STEM, STEAM and Health Careers during the organization’s Virtual Summer Camp. Participants must be middle and high schoolers, (12 to 18 years of age) who attend school or reside in the region. Cheryl Brannan, STSI STEM program architect, stated “STSI extends special thanks to AT&T our Gold partner along with Jack and Jill, Westchester Chapter, our Silver partner who together enable us to offer this camp complimentary for the first twenty-five accepted students. We appreciate their investment in our community and girls.” During the camp participants will learn about STEAM careers, Advance math and science courses, Black Lives Matter, Making an app, Loving You!, Healthy snacks, Public speaking, Social & dining etiquette, Middle, high school and college Sister chats, and so much more! Applications can be downloaded from s2si.org and registration closes on June 26th. For more information and questions, please email stsionthemove@gmail.com or call 914-207-0368. About Sister to Sister International, Inc. & Our STEAM & Health Academy Sister to Sister International, Inc., (STSI) is a multi-faceted, tax-exempt 501 c (3) non-governmental organization, established in 1994, that advocates for the advancement of women and families of African descent, with special focus and strong branding in the areas of education, health & wellness and global affairs. Their programs and activities for youth have always promoted academic enrichment, mentoring, life-skills and global awareness. STSI’s STEAM Programs have nurtured over 1,000 Westchester Black and girls of color, since its inception in 2010, developing a pipeline of under-represented girls, beginning in middle and high school, to college and careers. They have also, developed internships and mentoring program relationships in support of our STEAM Sistahs, as they strive to become STEAM and health professionals. STSI college student success is tracked and they remain active participants serving as role models and resources for our STEAM Sistahs, as well as supporting our STEAM & Health Advisory Board. They assist in keeping our overall programming relevant. Our year round STEAM Academy provides monthly study sessions to support the girls in their math and science course work.

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