An educational module dedicated to 3D modeling and printing took place online on the 13th and 14th of June. It was the fifth module for Ukrainian schoolgirls organized by Gamingtec during the current school year. Among the special guests of the event, there were representatives of UN Women and the British Embassy in Kyiv.
We launched Stem is Fem charity project to support girls interested in studying technical sciences. While attending modules, participants listen to motivational speeches, take part in Q&A sessions, and carry out creative tasks. On the 3D Modeling and Printing module, the girls completed workshops by representatives of America House in Kyiv and Fabricator Fablab rapid prototyping laboratory that belongs to global Fab Lab network. During this module, the participants have learned how to create a 3D model of a park bench designed in order to keep people distant from one another due to quarantine measures.
CEO of Gamingtec
Anna Yerastova, Designer at Gamingtec, made a motivational speech for the attendees. She shared her experience in the design area and gave them several tips on how to find their professional life purpose:
Designer at Gamingtec
The Stem is Fem’s online course on 3D modeling and printing educated 30 girls from different Ukrainian cities and towns. All of them have received souvenirs to remember this educational session. The grand prize — a 3D printer — was won by Luchyn Iryna from Ivano-Frankivsk. Two winners of the module are Konaschuk Victoria from Kyiv and Tarapata Nelly from Dnipro. They were prized with a course on 3D printing from the University of Illinois System.
See more details about Robotics and Engineering module of Stem is Fem project.
More information about STEM is FEM project.