2016 G2O T-Shirt Design Contest Winner
We're excited to announce the winner of our 2016 G2O T-Shirt Design Contest!
Generating Girls’ Opportunities (G2O), an initiative of CWEALF, aims to advance educational opportunities for girls, particularly in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, in which girls are underrepresented.
Under G2O, CWEALF helps plan and implement more than five Girls & STEM Expos every year! Girls & STEM Expos are one-day events for middle school and high school girls and their teachers. Expos are held at local colleges and universities. They consist of hands-on STEM workshops, team-building activities, and career activities for high school girls. Expos provide girls and their teachers with resources to increase their engagement in STEM fields!
Each year, G2O holds a contest to design the t-shirt for the upcoming year’s Girls & STEM Expos. This year, we received tons of creative and inspiring designs, which made choosing the winner a real challenge!
We’re excited to announce that this year’s t-shirt design contest winner is Sarah Sandor!
Sarah is a freshman at Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury. Her t-shirt design was inspired by a love of all things STEM! She focused on all the different things that came to mind when she thought about STEM, and used them to create her design. Sarah’s favorite subjects in school are biology and geometry. Sarah is interested in space exploration, and hopes to one day engineer rockets for space travel! (Did you know that half of the newest class of astronauts at NASA is women? Read about it here!) For fun, Sarah loves outdoor activities like playing soccer, hiking, and biking.
Sarah’s design will be worn by over 600 girls this expo season! She will be invited to attend an expo and be recognized for her talents. Congratulations, Sarah! Check out Sarah’s winning design below!
By Emily Betts, MSW Intern at 12 Feb 2016, 09:42 AM
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