Meet the Coordinator

Cailey Moreland

Cailey Moreland is the STEM Program Coordinator here at the Washington Carnegie Public Library. She has a bachelor's degree in chemistry with a minor in biology from Ball State University. Her goal for the STEM program is that attendees understand the importance of STEM concepts in the world, have the resources and knowledge available to pursue STEM, and realize that STEM can be fun. Her passion for bringing STEM to the youth of Washington has led to a lot of awesome hands-on projects and experiments along with a partnership with NASA. Reach out to stem@washingtonpubliclibrary.org to connect!

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The Washington Carnegie Public Library is funded by a grant from the Daviess County Community Foundation.

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STEMspiration

Change the Equation, Washington Carnegie Public Library’s after-school program, featuring activities that engage grades K - 12 in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 

Our goals for this program are simple; we want youth to like STEM topics, to know that they can be a scientist, engineer, or mathematician, & to value STEM as it pertains to many aspects of their lives. STEMspiration will be tailored to each age group, so that younger children will be more supervised and teens will be allowed more freedom to experiment. Library cards are not needed to attend library programs or use the STEM lab, so students from the entire county are welcome to participate. 

Check our calendar and watch here for more info!