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A knowledge of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is essential for student success in the real world, and this was the perfect opportunity to develop those skills. Dr. Sarah Holguin, BioMedical Club co-advisor, said after last springs Science Day, Many of our clubs members are originally from McDowell County and are success stories in their own right, having gained acceptance letters to medical school, dental school, pharmacy school (and others). They wanted to provide mentorship to kids like themselves and to show the next generation that it is possible to succeed in college and to reach their dreams no matter what disadvantages they may face. Holguin, who is also BSC Academic Lab instructional assistant and chemical hygiene officer, said that the Southside students filled out an interest survey before and after their visit to the BSC campus. We could actually see in the surveys (that the competition) dramatically increased their intent, how much they wanted to go to college (and) their belief in how well they themselves could perform science. We saw about a 45 percent jump in those who intended to pursue STEM careers, just based on this one activity. Kristin Brown, a BioMedical Club officer last year, said, My favorite part of Science Day was that the community got involved. As BSC student organizations were made aware of the event, they requested to participate, offering to help out in any way possible. Their enthusiasm for the cause was contagious and quickly spread amongst the student body at BSC. Begun in 2014, the club had just 18 members in its first year, yet it conducted 33 events and activities. Almost 40 showed up for the first meeting of the current academic year, late last month. Compton said, We started out with not a huge group of people, but big enough. And from there, it just grew. We became a family, really. Somebody you could study with, after school.
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