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Tech Trek 2022

We want to congratulate these deserving young women who were

selected as AAUW-Walla Walla Tech Trek candidates. 

A huge thank you to our Tech Trek Selection Committee - Carol Morgan, Michelle Summers, Sherri Hedman, Nadine Stecklein, Judy Judy Peasley, Cecile Ervin, Mona Geidl and Marilyn McCauley.

These young women will be attending the

2022 Tech Trek camp

on the Pacific Lutheran University campus in Tacoma.

Touchet School 

Liliana Solis

Garrison Middle School

Katie Burt          Hania Gonzalez       Reagan Hendley       Sun Li Kumar

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Liliana Solis

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Katie Burt

Reagan Hendley

Tech Trek 2020/2021

We want to congratulate these deserving young women

who were selected as AAUW-Walla Walla Tech Trek candidates. 

These young women were invited to attend the 2020 Tech Trek camp on the Eastern Washington University campus, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this camp was cancelled.  In 2021, when the decision was made to hold a "virtual" Tech Trek camp, our 2020 group was invited to participate.  

Garrison Middle School: 

Maddy Van Cleve, Macy Eggart, Jaden Olson, and Hanna Wright

College Place Middle School: 

Kazziaunna Canfield, Hannah Hutchison, and Zoey Murdoch

Touchet School: 

Sara Wiberg

Tech Trek is a premier camp offering STEM education to girls.


The goal of the Tech Trek program is to provide an environment in which girls can learn, be creative and begin to see the opportunities that are open to them in the STEM educational and professional arenas.

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Residential campers not only enjoy college dorm life and cafeteria dining but also delve into a wide range of core STEM subjects.


Class subjects can include astronomy, chemistry, cyber security, marine biology, and robotics, while mini-labs may dive into activities relating to marine bivalves, diagnosing computer hackers, using a stethoscope, and calculating the trajectory of foot pump rockets.

All camps include a Professional Women’s night in which girls meet and interact with local women working in STEM careers. Additionally, camps provide a field trip experience with STEM learning, an inspiring movie night, and many chances to team build with their fellow campers and high school student counselors.

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Each year, 7th grade girls are nominated by their classroom teachers and go through an application and selection process. 


If you are interested in finding out more information, nominating a student, or volunteering on the selection committee, please contact Judy Peasley at

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