GIRLS IN STEM EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM | ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER
Girls in STEM is a mission-critical initiative aimed at inspiring, empowering, and encouraging interest in STEM among girls. The program’s goal is to introduce girls to STEM concepts in a fun and relevant way while partnering with companies and women that help nurture their interest in exploring STEM as a profession.
Girls In STEM: Ecology, Conservation, And Sustainability With Roots & Shoots ASU
In-Person Educational Program giving 4th through 8th grade girls a chance to explore ecology, conservation, and sustainability through engaging, hands-on activities. We will address making an impact in your neighborhood and our shared planet. Through hands-on workshops, work side by side with other motivated #GirlsinSTEM looking to make a collective impact to change the course of our shared future.
When: Saturday, May 15 or Sunday May 16 | 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Roots & Shoots is a program of the Jane Goodall Institute, a global conservation organization. Founded in Tanzania in 1991 by students of the noted scientist and activist Jane Goodball, Roots & Shoots now has chapters in more than 60 countries around the world. Roots and Shoots encourages youth leadership on environmental, conservation and humanitarian issues