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During the free four-day event, students will learn how fun and accessible STEM can be. 

The West Linn High School robotics team 2BDetermined is introducing young girls to STEM in a fun way.

The team will host a free all-girls camp, "Changing the System," that teaches students in grades six to eight the basics of science, technology, engineering and math. The camp will be held every Monday and Wednesday, from May 23 to June 1, at the high school,

The camp's curriculum and activities are designed by the members of the robotics teams and include hands-on lessons in mechanical and chemical engineering, prototyping, coding and other STEM-related activities. Campers also will hear from female speakers in the STEM field.

The camp is limited to 40 members and families can register at

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