GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy 2019 annual STEM event. Photo courtesy of GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy.

Generating Excitement

Girl Scout badges have long been associated with camping, civics/citizenship, athletics and art. Today, girls can learn about nuclear power to earn a badge after completing a project. At GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, an annual STEM event brings together 128 middle school girls. The students’ favorite aspect – the project-based…

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Katie Navarra is a non-fiction writer. Her byline has appeared in Popular Science, The Motley Fool, Education Dive, ChemMatters, Society of Human Resources Management, Western Horseman Magazine and Working Ranch, among others.

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