Stem-to-Stern Learn to Row
The goal of STEM-to-Stern (S2S) is to provide free STEM and rowing opportunities for youth (minimum 11 years of age through 8th graders) who identify as transgender and non-binary, black, indigenous, people of color, individuals with lower socio-economic status and people with disabilities.
Please contact program director, Sara Krizan (email@example.com), for program access approval.
The Stem-to-Stern (S2S) program begins with a week-long Learn to Row (LTR) camp. Participants will be part of a team learning the basics of rowing in a fun, supportive, and empowering environment which includes daily physical fitness activities both on land on the water and participation in a week-long STEM project led by skilled instructors and chaperones.
Please read through our swim test guidance prior to the start of camp and let us know if your child will need assistance with learning to swim.
No prior experience necessary. Space is limited.
Sign Up for Stem-to-Stern Learn-to-Row Camp
If you have any questions regarding camp content, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.Camps may be canceled due to low enrollment. Camp registration will close one week prior to camp start.
Q: How do I get approved to join STEM-to-Stern?
Q: What should I wear to class?
A: Rowing attire is close-fitting shorts or pants and t-shirt, additional layers depending on weather, gym shoes (for land classes) or water sandals and socks (for water sessions). You do not need to wear spandex.
Q: How can I continue to row after class?