2nd Science Of Beauty Camp Featured in the Florida Sentinel Bulletin
The potential impact on young Black girls through our program is significant. The Second Science Of Beauty camp was successful , with tremendous support and visibility thanks to the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. We are grateful that our goals and objectives are making a meaningful contribution to our community. The bulletin comprehensively covered all the activities, which held special significance for both the girls and the program.
Thank you to Deanne and WFLA Channel 8 for featuring STEM Xposure and The Science Of Beauty STEM program in the "FOR THE CULTURE" segment. The CEO of The Science of Beauty, Sakeya Donaldson, Founder STEM Xposure, Robyn Donaldson and CEO, Girls Of Color Take Over, Teresa Hernandez explain their experience in the segment.
Science Of Beauty Gets featured on WFLA Channel 8
The Science of Beauty camp was featured in the Rolling Out Website, highlighting some of the memorable moments during the first camp in 2022.
The article also mentions how the founder of Science of Beauty, Sakeya Donaldson, with passion and zeal towards the camp has put in effort to ensure the objectives of the program are met.
Science of Beauty event helps young girls explore STEM
The impact we see the program will have on the young black girls is great. The first Science Of Beauty camp was a great kick off with immense support and exposure through the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. We appreciate that our goals and objectives are impactful to our society.
The bulletin covered all activities that happened and were very special to the girls and the program as well.
1st Science of Beauty camp featured in the Florida Sentinel bulletin
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Bay News 9 featured the vibrant cosmetic chemist, Brown, who hopes others will have the same experience when she leads classes as a guest presenter in the Science of Beauty where she impacted all the participants.
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"Exposing kids to under-represented careers, such as architectural design and doing wonderful community projects for enhancement just makes sense," Robyn says
Four years ago, Robyn decided it would be a good idea to expose young girls and minority students to science, technology, and math careers, so she started a non-profit called STEM Xposure camp.
"Just introducing them to the design software itself exposes them to so many different opportunities in the drafting or engineering world," she said.
Sakeya Donaldson, CEO FlyGirlApproved, Founder Science of Beauty, Author and Entrepreneur gets featured on Revolt Black News, that airs every Thursday.
"I'm really feeling at home at this moment," said Masachi, who came to the United States three months ago after he attended a virtual summer camp by STEM Exposure Incorporated.
He tried to study in America for three years with no success, until the camp introduced him to other options.
At 19 years old, he left his native country for the first time.
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High school students design homes in East Tampa
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“When they first started, I was a little nervous and didn’t think they could do it. But once they saw their plans coming together, then they got excited about it and once I saw them, I got excited about it,” said Mary Browning.
Browning’s grandson Kyler was one of 30 students to participate in the STEM Exposure Course led by instructor Robyn Donaldson.
Hillsborough County students learning how to be architects through virtual summer course
There are a group of Hillsborough County students in the middle of a two-week virtual summer camp where they are learning how to build their own houses.
Tenth grader Joseph-Lafaye Washington-Clements is one of 30 students, grades three to twelve, learning the ins and outs from experts, on how to design, build, and even furnish their own tiny house.
“It really pushed me into knowing that I wanted to do architecture, specifically for tiny homes, I want to help and make tiny homes when I'm older,” said Washington-Clements.
Robyn Donaldson started the STEM Xposure program three years ago. She is an architectural designer herself and would love to see more African American kids follow in her footsteps.
Virtual summer camp to teach kids, teens to design tiny homes
Registration is under way for STEM Xposure’s first Global Tiny Home Experience Virtual Summer Camp, coming up Aug. 3 to 14. It’s an opportunity for school age-children and teens from around the world to design a tiny home that will actually be built.
“By the end of camp, every student will have created a design for their own tiny home, which will be built and used to design a tiny home village for homeless veterans somewhere within Hillsborough County,” said architectural design professional Robyn Donaldson, founder and executive director of the STEM Xposure, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. (The site has yet to be determined.) “I believe that what we’re doing will have a huge impact on the lives of homeless veterans who deserve our support for their years of service to our country.