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STEM Education for Youth

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Leveraging Drexel LeBow expertise, the Center for Applied AI and Business Analytics collaborates with organizations to educate future generations in STEM — teaching AI and analytics techniques to youth. Through partnerships with The Franklin Institute and TechGirlz, the Center has delivered various workshops on text mining, programming and social network analytics, as well as a business analytics summer camp, to more than 100 students across Philadelphia middle and high schools. Each offering prioritizes an experiential delivery that fosters student ingenuity and new perspectives.

Of particular focus is the Center’s commitment to educating girls and encouraging them to pursue STEM programs and careers. Inspired by women across the Center’s network of students, practitioners, researchers and educators who lead the way in STEM fields, the Center empowers the girls who will follow in their footsteps. Through partnerships and educational offerings, the Center advocates for the equal representation of women in STEM, knowing that their inclusion drives technological growth and analytical innovation.

Stay tuned for information about and registration for the Center’s upcoming partnership with Anthropologie — a collaboration that will teach girls about data and technology in August 2024.

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Diana Jones

Executive Director, Center for Applied AI and Business Analytics, Dornsife Office for Experiential Learning

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