A program of Girls, Math & Science Partnership [GMSP]–Click! engages girls, ages 10–14, to solve mysteries and complete covert missions using important science concepts as agents-in-training. The program utilizes relatable narratives and cutting-edge technology, while encouraging tactile-based inquiry and real-world problem solving skills. Teen girls get a rare opportunity to explore careers in science, technology, engineering, and math through new media, hands-on experiments, and interactions with professional mentors from esteemed companies and universities.
Click! Agent Training @NYSCI
for Design/Make/Play 1/13/12
Click! needs your help to stop an intelligence breach at the New York Hall of Science. We need you, our new recruits, to gather data on the in the Museum’s exhibition spaces. We’ll provide you with a brief training session, but remember, you’ll need to be resourceful and rely on your spy skills to help us protect one of America’s most important institutions. You’ll be in contact with three STEM professionals, close friends of The Agency, who will deliver your mission messages. Together, we can save the New York Hall of Science so that future generations of secret agents have a laboratory to hone their science skills.
Heather Mallak Emerging Technology Manager
Nina Barbuto Weekend Program Manager
Sandlin Seguin, PhD Scientist in Residence
Click! Spy School is a program of the Girls, Math & Science Partnership
, an initiative of
Carnegie Science Center