Jewels Academy March Updates!

Jewels Academy has many exciting programs to share this month! On March 4th, we hosted a circuits workshop at the Many Shades Of Color conference. Next, we will

Kick off our spring-hosted programming on 3/18 and 3/25, STEM and SPA. Have you registered?

Also, did you know our annual report is out for 2022? Scroll down to learn more!

Learn how to make your own natural bath bombs and shower steamers, how to create essential oils, and make lip gloss. Learn the chemistry behind bath bombs and the natural science of creating essential oils. We will show you how STEM is a part of our daily lives! We also have sponsorships for this program available as well!

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The BizInnovator Program is an entrepreneurial course where high school students from 9th grade through 12th. They will be able to create a start-up business and get 3 college credits if chosen. The course starts on 5/11 and ends on 6/29. It's every Thursday from 5 pm to 7 pm with limited seating. It's a weekly virtual Zoom course but requires project work outside of the class. We also have scholarships for this program as well!

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Join Jewels Academy on Friday, April 21, from 9 am to 4 pm at Principal Financial for DataSetGo! DataSetGo is a first-of-its-kind digital education program designed to empower youth with the knowledge of data science fundamentals and their value in the job market. Scholars will learn how to apply data science concepts in the finance industry and build their financial literacy and wellness. There are only 5 spots available! So if you are interested please email our Program Coordinator at

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At Jewels Academy one of our goals is to create learning that is available for all. So to make our programs accessible we have scholarships that anyone may apply for. Click the button to learn more or apply!

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Our annual report is now out! Check out how much Jewels Academy has made a difference in so many young girls’ lives by introducing them to STEM.

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