Time & Location
About The Event
We're hosting our Girls Engaged in Making (GEM) workshops for girls in ages 8-15. Studies have shown that most girls lose interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) by age 15. Our GEM Workshops are aimed at providing girls with hands-on activities and experiences to keep them involved in STEM. GEM is fun, engaging, educational, and shows the numerous ways STEM topics can be pursued.
First Saturdays of Each Month*
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 pm
$20 Members/$25 Non-Members
*Pre-registration is required so that there are enough materials for everyone.
Please fill out our registrations form here and either email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring it with you to the workshop.
Upcoming Workshops 2019-2020
This year's GEM Workshops study various women in science with hands-on activities at every session that showcase each scientist's contributions to the world.
Mary Anning- Fossils and Bones
Ada Lovelace- Turing Tumbler (How Computers Work)
Lisa Meitner- Carbon Dating
Alice Ball- Celebrate Chemistry
Sally Ride and Mae Jamison- Space Rocketry
Vera Rubin- Astronomy (Creating a Solar Necklace)
Maria Sibylla Merian- Naturalism & Etymology (Bugs in Forensics)
Nettie Stevens- Genetics
Rachel Carson- Environmental Science
*Workshop themes are subject to change depending on guest speakers. Stay tuned to this page for updates.