The Science Accelerating Girls’ Engagement (SAGE) mission is to engage curious and passionate young women and empower them to explore a wide range of possibilities for their futures. Hosted by professional leaders who share their passion for Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM), SAGE builds community, fosters innovation, and sets young women on a path to exciting careers. Learn more about SAGE Journey here.

SAGE is a one-week summer camp for high school students (ages 14-17) hosted by National Laboratory scientists and engineers to share what life is like in STEM professions. High school students will participate in hands-on activities including: hands-on scientific projects, job shadowing scientists and engineers, ORNL facility tours, STEM career talks, discussions about professional growth, and so much more. 

SAGE Camp 2022 applications are currently open. Please apply by May 20, 2022! 



Goals for the Camp

  1. To encourage college-bound students with a passion for discovery and innovation to become a part of the STEM community
  2. To show that STEM fields offer a diverse set of opportunities: you can balance. your interests in artistic expression, historic. research, and. creative writing with application of your logical thinking, analytic skills, and computational ability



Learning Outcomes for Students 

  1. Learn about the STEM community and experience waht an everyday life of a scientist or engineer is like
  2. See how STEM allows you to explore and balance many interests
  3. Meet women in STEM at various stages of their  career, as well as, meet and connect with other studetns with similar interests and become part of the SAGE community.



The SAGE Journey program is a collaboration between multiple DOE National Laboratories.