10th grade healthcare pathway student Sreeidhi Muppir has advanced to the second round of the 2022 United Way STEMUp Youth Maker Competition
Sreenidhi Muppir entered a STEM competition hosted by the United Way. Students pitch an idea to solve a community-based problem in the areas of the Digital Divide, Covid-19, learning loss, increasing the employment rate, college planning, or other equity issues. Her proposal submitted to the STEMUp Youth Maker Competition has been approved to move on to the second round of judging! The next round will consist of a live pitch in which she will present her proposed project to the judges via Zoom. If selected as one of the 3 finalists, she will begin to implement her project. Congratulations Sreenidhi!