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Full STEAM Ahead
UWSP at Marshfield

Welcome to Full STEAM Ahead!

Aug. 13-15, 2024

The Full STEAM Ahead summer program is a free STEAM (Science, Technology, Art, Engineering and Mathematics) summer educational opportunity on the UWSP at Marshfield campus. This three-day camp helps middle school girls and students of all sex and genders learn strategies for building confidence in science and math classes while engaging in multiple projects such as 3D printing and team-building. UWSP preservice teachers lead each session on content designed by university faculty in STEM fields. Camp includes a T-shirt and breakfast/lunch each day.

Full STEAM Ahead

Program Goals

  • While focusing on overcoming structural barriers to STEM, we seek to introduce seventh and eighth graders to a university setting and thereby encourage them to set up appropriate educational goals.
  • Provide higher enrichment exposure with an emphasis on increasing confidence in math and science related materials. 
  • Promote healthy and effective development through interactions with peers from other schools.

Program Benefits

  • Attend and participate in several STEAM related activities. 
  • Breakfast and lunch is provided.
  • Enjoy interacting with peers and pre-service educators in collaborative projects throughout the program. 
Full STEAM Ahead
“This was a tremendous experience for my daughter. She talked non-stop about the program, the fun she had, the friends she made, and the lessons she learned. This is a fantastic opportunity for our young ladies and I feel very fortunate that my daughter was able to participate.”
Parent of Participant


Free of charge!

It is held at the UW-Stevens Point Marshfield campus. The designated drop-off and pick-up location is near the Everett Roehl STEM Center.

The programming will vary from year to year. The activities will be related to STEAM, with an emphasis on collaboration and teamwork. 

The program is focused on overcoming structural barriers to STEM.  We welcome incoming seventh and eighth grade females and other sex and gender identity students from the area schools.

Our program is grant-funded.

UWSP admits students of any sex or gender-identity, religion, race, color, national and ethnic origin and is committed to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the university. It does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender-identity, marital status, religion, race, color, physical handicap, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, recruitment and admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, employment practices, and athletic or other university sponsored programs. The university is committed to a policy of non-discrimination on the basis of sex in all its educational programs, personnel policies, and employment practices in compliance with provisions of Title IX of the Federal Educational Amendments of 1972.

Our Staff

Jesse Mossholder

Jesse Mossholder

  • Associate Lecturer – Education