Girl Scouts, ARMI launch collaboration

Partnership to increase awareness, encourage girls to enter biofabrication and STEM fields
As part of the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains partnership with the Advanced Regenerative Medicine Institute girls leaned about the 3-D printing of human organs and tissues at the G.I.R.L. Expo in October.

The Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains have begun a collaboration with the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute in Manchester designed to increase girls’ awareness and interest in STEM fields future careers.

The institute, known as ARMI, is working on developing next-generation large-scale manufacturing processes and technologies for cells, tissues and organs.

The Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains partner with ARMI to increase girls’ awareness of and interest in the STEM fields, and the biofabrication industry in particular.

The collaboration will include biofabrication-related activities and web-based resource videos that will help local troop leaders and other volunteers to deliver learning on such complex subjects as mechanical engineering, robotics and coding.

“Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains is committed to helping every girl reach her full potential. In today’s world, supporting girls in STEM is essential to their future success,” said Patricia Mellor, CEO of Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains. “Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains is poised to move thousands of girls into the STEM pipeline.”

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