LAKELAND — Pace Center for Girls senior Jaszmyne, 18, has been having fun working with a 35-mm camera and a three-dimensional printer in the center’s new science, technology, engineering, art, music and math lessons (STEAM) room.
“I was helping them adjust it so they could get it into focus,” said Jaszmyne about the camera, adding that she printed out a Michael Jackson sculpture on the 3D printer. (The center requested that her last name not be used.)
The Pace Center for Girls in Lakeland bought some NASA-level tools recently to help students with their STEAM skills — all thanks to a donation from Nick and Ashley Gibson Barnett.
“We are so pleased to see the Center for Collaboration come to life for the girls at Pace’s Polk center,” the Barnetts said in a prepared statement. “We’ve been inspired by the work Pace is doing for girls, and…