2022 Mentee Registration is NOW OPEN!
Register here to be mentored by Cassie Roby.
Spaces are limited!
In partnership with the California Department of Education, Cassie has been personally invited to the statewide STEAM Symposium in October. Cassie's proposal "Turn up the Heat" was accepted and she will be presenting a 30 minute presentation about Thermal Engineering and will include information about the Miss America and California Organizations!
Mira Costa STEM Night
At the Mira Costa High School Community STEM night Cassie held her own booth for SpACE Girls! This included info about SpACE Girls as well as a game where students would roll the dice and be asked a STEM question to win candy! Cassie also spoke about STEM and the Miss California Organization on the Women in STEM Panel.
More info here!
SWE UCLB - Girls at the Beach
On April 22nd Cassie spoke to local Long Beach Middle School girls about being a Space Thermal Engineer. This included coding and CADing, environment and orbits, and more! It also included a heat pipe demonstration!
More info here!
City of STEM
In partnership with the Columbia Memorial Space Center, Cassie attend the City of STEM which had over 10,000 people in attendance. There she networked with Congresswoman Lucille Roybal Allard, Senator Bob Archuleta, Assemblywoman Christina Garcia, and Councilwoman Claudia Frometa.
Cassie was also recognized by Senator Archuleta on stage!
Cassie also hosted a panel discussion on the importance of a diverse workforce.
More photos here!
Check out more event recaps here!
On February 19th 2022 Cassie Roby was crowned Miss Los Angeles County!
She will compete for the title of Miss California in June 2022.
Follow her journey to the crown:
Facebook: Miss Los Angeles County
As of April 2021 Women in STEM Incorporated is officially a registered Non-Profit! Thank you to everyone for supporting and believing in this program. Let's continue to make change for the younger generations!
Women make up only 27% of the STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) workforce.
Through resources, connection, and encouragement we can increase this percentage.