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Future Girls of STEM

Date:
Mon Jun 24, 8:00 AM - Thu Jun 27, 12:00 PM EST
Location:
Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science Building at Purdue University Fort Wayne Map
Grades:
Brownie (2-3)
Girl Fee:
15
Maximum Attendance:
24
 

This event is a morning camp that runs 8am - 12pm, Monday, June 24 - Thursday, June 27.

Join us at Purdue University Fort Wayne (PFW) for four days of fun, hands-on activities to explore the world of engineering. Led by an all-female team of PFW professors and industry professionals, participants will explore different engineering disciplines, meet new friends and mentors, and participate in fun activities that demonstrate the exciting world of engineering! Girls will do activities such as: build structures out of marshmallows, hang out with a robot that will even remember their names, collect & test water from the St. Joseph river, learn about staying safe online and fishing...whoops we mean phishing, learn how leadership skills empower girls to change the world, and more! 

Supervision will be provided by PFW faculty as well as a council staff member, ensuring that proper ratios are met. Volunteers are welcome to stay for the program or may drop-off girls after checking them in. 

Registration closes: Monday, June 10th