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View and register for events and activities below!

The See Yourself in STEM theme is aimed at encouraging and supporting youth from all backgrounds to pursue STEM careers.


Despite representing an increasing portion of the overall workforce, women, people of color, first-generation students, low-income individuals, English language learners, and people with disabilities remain largely underrepresented in STEM fields.

Everyone should be able to see themselves in STEM.

In partnership with Dr. Charmie Curry, WPS Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the WEF See Yourself in STEM Program will help fund impactful initiatives that further the mission of helping more young people see themselves in STEM.


Be a part of an online building competition. Options for all ages!


Hear from recent grads and current leaders in STEM fields.



Solve a puzzle along the Brook Path while learning about STEM role models.


Learn about WHS Team Ultraviolet and watch a robot demonstration!



Our sponsor listing is being updated throughout the month of April as we continue to receive generous support from our community.

STEM Diversity Pioneers

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STEM Diversity Promoters


Liz Larsen & Mike Kim

Lise Olney & Timothy Fulham

The Ryan Family


STEM Diversity Advocates

Mark Kaplan & Linda Chow

Todd & Niki Ofenloch

STEM Diversity Supporters

Wendy & Jim Paul

STEM Diversity Friends

Colette & Saint Aufranc

Conway Family

Lee de Fontaine

Edge on Science

Betty & James Lo

Catherine & Chris Mirick

Brad & Lisa Neighbors

Jodie Poresky

Carrie Reepmeyer

Jason Woodard



A Journey into Pooled Testing: What Happens to my Saliva Sample?

Career Panel: Recent Wellesley High School Graduates in STEM

Panel Discussion and Robotics Demo with FRC Team Ultraviolet



Code Ninjas Hackathon:


(5 to 7 Age Group)

Congratulations to Ethan D!


(8 to 10 Age Group)

Congratulations to Sam H!


iCode Hackathon:


First Place

Congratulations to Robbie Lally, Dennis Zhou and Sloan Batka, who knocked it out of the park by having the best solution that met all established criteria!


Second Place

Congratulations to Kazuma Teramoto who put in an individual effort and came up with a very creative solution!


Third Place

Congratulations to Hugo and Xavier Cortis who remained true to the theme while showing their creativity in how to be inclusive!


Fourth Place

Honorable mention goes to Henry Collier and Sullivan Moore who had worked on a great solution but ran out of time to complete it!