Summitted by: Kellen Meymarian
For my Eagle Scout project, I wanted to encourage students to consider STEM jobs by exposing them to professionals they might otherwise not get to meet. My goal was to create a free publicly available STEM Video Library so that professionals can share their experiences and encourage today’s students to consider careers in STEM. My direct beneficiary was the After-School All-Stars, a program that provides comprehensive after-school programming to middle school students in neglected regions of Ward 8, which has the highest crime rates and lowest median incomes out of all wards within Washington DC. As part of this project, I also built Raspberry Pi computers for the beneficiaries.
How I built a Raspberry Pi for my Eagle Scout Project