King's student signs STEM Letter of Intent

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Madeleine Schwitters
Just like signing days for athletes, the inaugural Washington State Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Signing Day on Monday, April 23 celebrated high school seniors from across the state as they made their commitments to some of the state and country’s top technical schools, colleges, and universities.

These students will be applying their talents in pursuit of careers in STEM fields and putting themselves on the fast track for success.

Students signed STEM Letters of Intent at the Museum of Flight in Seattle during a ceremony attended by elected officials and business and community leaders.

Forty-nine students, one from each legislative district across the state, were selected to take part in the event.

The students were recruited by Washington independent nonprofit Washington STEM and applied through STEM education resource STEM Premier.

Madeleine Schwitters is a senior at King’s Schools. Madeline plans to study cinematic engineering or mechanical engineering and computer science at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Madeleine represents LD 32.



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