It’s time already for our final event! Coming this Friday… FINAL EVENT Friday, March 24th 5:00 – 6:00 PM Kulshan Middle School FREE admission Be inspired while supporting our girls’ hard work and learning! Girls will display final projects highlighting technology through robotics and other creative STEAM fields, such as art, music, math, theater and more…… Read more »
Hello girls! We’re excited to see you again this year — you can find the detailed schedule here. Are you ready to sign up? Fill out this form and return it to the Kulshan Middle School office or email it to us at email@example.com. If you want to be added to our informational mailing list for… Read more »
Hello future volunteer! We are always looking for great women to help mentor CIC students — whether you can help provide snacks, come for a couple meetings, or join our steering committee. Please fill out or sign-up form or contact us for details at firstname.lastname@example.org. There’s no experience necessary, we’re always looking for help from girls and women of… Read more »
Our club is completely free to students! But the cost to run the club is about $15,000/year per school, and we are always very grateful for donations and help of any kind. Tax deductible donations can be given to the Bellingham School Foundation (make sure it’s earmarked for Creators & Innovators). We also offer snacks… Read more »
CIC presentation at local AAUW branch
We were given the honor of presenting about CIC at a recent meeting of AAUW – an amazing organization supporting girls and women in our community! We brought along our LittleBits for an interactive lesson… one group made a garden of rotating flowers out of paper cups, colored tissue paper and LittleBits. You can read more about AAUW… Read more »
Bellingham Herald features a CIC student
One of our own CIC students from last year was featured in the Bellingham Herald Spotlight article: “Club helps Lilly Cheldelin explore technology.” Go Lilly!!
Bellingham’s Inside Schools Article
We were featured in the Spring 2015 issue of Bellingham’s Inside Schools (check pages 5 and 8). Great job this year, girls!
Documentary : Engineering a Path to Success
WWU students Kari Aldrich, Michael Dunning and Colby Biesheuvel created this inspiring documentary about the Creators & Innovators Club called “Engineering a Path to Success.” It was presented at the Pickford Theater on March 16, 2015.