News Release, College of Southern Maryland
“Friday Night Lights” took on all new meaning for Girl Scout Troop 196, of Bryans Road, when they spent their troop meeting with College of Southern Maryland (CSM) Engineering Club and Pre-Engineering Coordinator Jehnell Linkins to learn about the exciting and fun things happening in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
The Cadettes met at CSM’s La Plata Campus Oct. 25, to learn that problem-solving can be fun and to earn their Robotic Badges in Mechanical Engineering.
CSM Engineering Club President Julia Czecha, an electrical engineering major and a member of the CSM’s competitive robotics team of the Talons, joined Linkins and CSM Adjunct Faculty Member Jehnae Linkins, to also teach the Girl Scouts about exciting engineering opportunities and classes at CSM.
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