Adaptability As The New Benchmark for Leadership

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1 Hour

Arohi, Kelsey, and Shreshta

FRC Team 2468

"Arohi is a junior at Westlake High School in Austin, Texas. She is the president of Team Appreciate's STEM Advocacy Initiative- SACOT and is the lead of marketing and media on the team.
Kelsey is a senior at Westlake High School in Austin, Texas. She is the outreach co-lead and the lead of our STEM Girls and Lilypad initiatives on the team.
Shreshta is a senior at Westlake High School in Austin, Texas. She is the other outreach co-lead and the lead of our team website. "

About the Presentation

FRC 2468 students will be sharing "Adaptability as The New Benchmark for Leadership: How a high school robotics team pivoted to virtual formats to continue to develop female leaders". Learn about how FRC 2468’s STEMGirls initiative has served to increase female participation in robotics and introduce young girls to potential careers in STEM. Through methods including virtual workshops, socials and networking events, they have been able to achieve a 1:1 gender ratio in leadership positions across their team for the past 2 years. Then they will continue to explain how they have pivoted many of the STEMGirls events to adapt to the pandemic as well as how they created sustainable adaptations to their many other outreach initiatives.

© 2020 by 24 Hours of STEM. 

Thank you to our sponsors: Boeing, Google and Macquarie University.

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