We're hosting our Girls Engaged in Making (GEM) workshops for girls 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 a drop-off program that is fun, engaging, educational, and shows the numerous ways STEM topics can be pursued both in their future educations and as potential career pathways. If we support a young woman in STEM, then she can change the world.
First Saturday of Each Month*
10:00 am- 12:00 pm
$20 Members/$25 Non-Members
*Pre-registration is required so that there are enough materials for everyone. To register, please complete our registration form and email it to us or bring it with you to the workshop; you can also sign up via our events page.
Upcoming Workshops 2019-2020*
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.