St. Margaret’s Episcopal School in San Juan Capistrano is calling all girls from Grades 4-12 in Southern California to join them create the future. It doesn’t matter if you’re a STEAM girl or someone who wants to learn more about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. You’re welcome to join this event!
Nearby educators and schools are encouraged to send their female delegates for a fun experience. Grades 4-8 girls must be accompanied by an adult. Meanwhile, Grade 9-12 girls can attend the event by themselves.
If you’re an educator or a parent reading this, we highly recommend sending their girls to enjoy and have fun while learning.
girls passion so they can see themselves as changemakers and STEAM leaders.
the field of study of STEAM and career avenues. Girls will engage in hands-on workshops, listen and ask questions from speakers, enjoy breakout sessions and learn through panel discussions.
ideas using innovation and problem-solving skills. Girls will learn to develop solutions for programming and robotics, design challenges, escape room, and more!
young women to a larger community of women in STEAM. This event will help link girls to a network of positive STEAM female role models.
STEMinist Sessions: Breakout hands-on activities such as robotics, escape room, project making, DNA Art, virtual reality, and more.
Panel Discussions: Panelists expert on different STEAM fields will share their knowledge about the career path they took. Different career paths of the experts include engineering, computer science, medical, research, and entrepreneurship.
Mentor Lunch: Connect with STEAM professional women from the panels and learn about their career.
COST: $10 (including a continental breakfast and boxed lunch)
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Dr. Jennifer Ross-Viola at Jennifer.Viola@smes.org
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