One of our goals as a student chapter of AWM is to support underrepresented group towards a career in mathematics. For this, we organize different activities to present math as a worthwhile career path and to inform about the steps towards this goal.
Workshops with Defining Your Path - Field Trip Program
During the Fall 2019 have four workshops in collaboration with Defining Your Path-Field Trip Program. This initiative provides an opportunity for our student chapter to connect with the Salt Lake City community and to continue our efforts towards diversity, equity, and inclusivity in STEM.
We have planned a hands-on activity for each group and will have various volunteers from our department interacting with K-12 students.
|February 6, 2020||Eisenhower Jr High (8th grade)|
|March 4, 2020||Copperview Elementary (4th grade)|
|November 21, 2019||Weber School District GEAR UP (7th-9th grade)|
|October 16, 2019||TRIO Upward Bound (7th and 8th grade)
Refugee Center Math Tutoring
During the Fall 2021, the AWM chapter start offering tutoring at the Refugee Center in Salt Lake City. We offer both group and one-one-one services for homework assistance for middle school and high school-aged refugees. If you are interested in offering your services for this program, please contact Delaney Mosier.
|June 19, 2019||Lunch with ACCESS|
|May 21, 2019||Visit REFUGES program|
|March 9, 2019||Expanding Your Horizons Workshop|
|December 11/12, 2018||What is Math? Day at the Bryant Middle School|
|October 9/10, 2018||What is Math? Day at the East and West High Schools|