During the 1st annual S.t.e.a.m. week the Jacksonville section of National Council of Negro Women, Inc. a Non-profit organization in partnership with Microsoft, Jacksonville Public Library(Main), Aida Correa of Love Built Life, LLC and William Jackson of My Quest to Teach provided interactive Steam activities.
Jax-Ncnw Steam committee provided technology knowledge transfer, hands-on science projects, lab sessions with microscopes, built robots, Scratch coding, and web-design classes.
Jacksonville section of National Council of Negro Women, Incorporated in partnership with the Jacksonville Public Library, William Jackson of My Quest to Teach, and Aida Correa of Love Built Life LLC offered children 5-13 years old a free computer coding and art class. The event took place on Saturday, June 15 at the Highlands Public Library. The kids were able to be exposed to Scratch coding language, art, and educational trivia. Each child was greeted with warm smiles by the Jacksonville section of National Council of Negro Women, Incorporated STEAM committee.