Girls Engineer It Day for students in grades 6-12, teachers & parents, Savannah (Feb. 1)

Girls Engineer It Day in Savannah 2014Attention parents of future women engineers!

Don’t miss this Saturday’s Girls Engineer It! Day in Savannah, sponsored by the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).

Open to sixth- to 12th-grade students, as well as teachers & parents, Girls Engineer It! is focused on teaching hands-on STEM activities to introduce students to an Engineering/STEM career path.

Girls Engineer It Day
1-5:30PM Sat. February 1, 2014
at Woodville Tompkins Career High School, 151 Coach Joe Turner St, Garden City, Ga 31408.
To register and for more information, go to the SWE Facebook Page by clicking here.

Engineering is fun. Let these engineers prove it to your kids!

Students will go through 3 activities focused on different kinds of engineering taught by local technologists. The day starts with a STEM Expo which are small activities provided by local companies, surrounding universities and professional organizations. Then they will break the students into groups to begin the 3 (1 hr a piece) activities.

While the students are learning, there will be a separate event for the adults. Organizers will educate adults on everything they might need to keep the students interested in STEM, college prep, financial aid, and even community opportunities for internships. Adults will also learn their own STEM activity that they will be able to take home to teach the students what they learned.

Cost of $5 a student. The event is limited to 200 students (100 middle and 100 high school). THIS EVENT SELLS OUT EVERY YEAR. Questions? Email . More info here.

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