Bettis Laboratory Women in Nuclear (WIN), members and several additional laboratory volunteers provided an afternoon of fun and learning for the Clairton Middle School sixth grade class on January 19, 2018. About 60 students learned about the commercial nuclear power cycle, natural radiation, ALARA, and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers. Four stations set up around the gymnasium allowed the students to work in small groups to make reactor models with candy, practice contamination control with Cheetos, walk through the PWR cycle and reconstruct oranges mimicking the “slices” of a CAT (CT) scan. The WIN goals of promoting nuclear advocacy and STEM careers were well received!