Bloomington, IN- On April 22nd, TASUS attended Bloomington High School North’s first Girls in Engineering, Math and Science Day (GEM). The event was open to 5th and 6th grade girls in Monroe County and kicked off with a career expo, students then broke into groups for interactive breakout sessions with different companies.
Kelsey Cooper, Chrystal Miller, and KayLeigh Duerksen helped the girls match different plastic resins to the parts, as well as discussed different career paths related to STEM. Many of the girls eyes lit up when they realized the CEO and President of TASUS is a woman.
TASUS was honored to attend this event, not only to support STEM but, to empower girls to pursue STEM careers. A special thanks to the three ladies that helped represent TASUS at the event!