A Girls Go Tech & Green By Nature Career Exploration Event for cadettes, seniors, ambassadors and parents!
Saturday, January 25, 2014
10:00 am to 2:30 pm
San Ramon Valley Conference Center
Just $25! – Includes lunch, workshops led by STEM & Environment professional women, and fun participation patch.
Want to learn more about careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) or Environment? Take part in two hands-on workshops and listen to our incredible key note speaker, Julie Mangada, PhD, Molecular Medicine, K-12 Education Outreach Coordinator – Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Enjoy a hosted a light breakfast, deli lunch, and afternoon snack provided by PG&E and engaging with different professionals to find out more about career paths in STEM and Environment.
9:45-10:00 Networking & light breakfast
10:00-10:20 Welcome & keynote speaker
10:30-11:30 Workshop 1
11:35-12:15 Middle School Girl Lunch & High School Girl Networking
12:15-12:55 High School Girl Lunch & Middle School Girl Networking
1:00-2:00 Workshop 2
Once registered, you will receive a survey to select your preference on workshops (one morning and one afternoon).
|Middle School Workshops and Presenters:
High School Workshops and Presenters:
Parent Workshops Too!
Join us to help further your daughter’s interest in STEM and Environment. All parents registered can participate in the following workshops:
“Families Matter“ – Looking to spark your child’s interest in science and engineering? Techbridge will showcase exciting hands-on activities that can be done at home while sharing strategies on how to support and encourage a child to develop a growth mindset. Techbridge, an organization that focuses on science and engineering programs for girls, has been working with elementary to high school students in the Bay Area for 13 years.
“Supporting the next STEM Leaders“ – A special think tank panel discussion with STEM professionals and academic women designed to help parents learn how to support their daughters on the road to success. Panelists include various STEM professionals and academic role models.
Questions? Contact Jennifer Clark at JClark@girlscoutsnorcal.org