Chelsea Carter ’20 is an entrepreneur, champion for girls in STEM, proud Robot – and she’s not even close to slowing down.
Carter majored in computer engineering (with minors in computer science/cybersecurity), is a former student representative for the President’s Board of Trustees on Academic Affairs and a member of the Robot Society and two academic honors societies – Eta Kappa Nu and Kappa Mu Epsilon.
In addition to classes and a Co-op with Harman International, she hosted her own WKUF show, “Chelsea’s Live Line,” airing weekly during B-Section, and is the former President of the Kettering Entrepreneurship Society.
But if you ask the Farmington Hills, Michigan-native, these experiences at Kettering might not have happened if it weren’t for Academically Interested Minds (AIM), a five-week residential summer program offered by the University for high school students of color interested in STEM.
Corporate and Foundation gifts make it possible for participants to attend at no cost.