Girls in STEM - Snow Science and Safety

Girls will learn about snow science and a wide variety of careers within snow safety and snow science. After learning how to cross-country ski the girls will learn about many aspects of snow science including the different forms of snow grains, snow metamorphosis, and the many layers within our snowpack.

Throughout the weekend, girls will also learn about careers within snow safety and snow science from female professionals working in the field, known to the program as STEM Mentors. Our STEM Mentors not only share their career knowledge but also work with girls about how they overcame the gender gap within their career.


When: 2/8-2/10, 2019
Who: Girls, Grades 3rd to 8th
Where: Keystone Science School
Rate: $175
(includes lodging, meals, programming, and use of supplies and technology)
Scholarships Available for $50

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Sample Schedule

Please note that this program schedule may change based on the availability of our STEM Mentors.

Friday, February 8th
6pm Arrival & Program
7-8pm STEM Mentor Presentation
Saturday, February 9th
8-9am Breakfast
9:30am-12:30pm Snow Science at Arapahoe Basin
12:30-1:30pm Lunch
1:30-5:30pm XC Ski Lesson & Avalanche Models
6-7pm Dinner
7-8pm Movie
Sunday, February 10th
8-9am Breakfast
9-11am Ski Olympics
11-11:30am Parent Presentation and Pick-up

STEM Mentors

Each Girls in STEM program features women working in the field of study. Here are some of our featured STEM Mentors.

Lindsay Wiebold
Ski Patrol
Arapahoe Basin Ski Area

Lindsay works on the slopes of Arapahoe Basin keeping guests safe and completing anything having to do with ski area avalanche mitigation.

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Roz Reynolds
Project Manager
Wyssen Avalanche Control

Roz manages the construction of avalanche towers used to remotely trigger avalanche towers used on ski slopes, above highway intersections, or any other location requiring avalanche mitigation.

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High School Mentors

The Girls in STEM High School Mentors program is open to any students currently in 9-12th grade and is designed to encourage continued engagement within STEM. Our High School Mentors serve as role models for our younger Girls in STEM participants while also participating in a specialized curriculum aimed at developing leadership skills, increase self-awareness and confidence, and learning about STEM career paths. Our High School Mentors can participate for only $50.

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Program Partners

Special thanks to Arapahoe Basin for being a partner for this program!

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