May 24, 2018, at Delaware Valley University
The 6th annual #girlSTEM Conference will be held on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at Delaware Valley University. #girlSTEM seeks to inspire middle-to-high school girls to pursue STEM- related fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). #girlSTEM features interactive seminars with professional women, hands-on workshops, and open forum discussions. #girlSTEM is open to school-sponsored groups of girls in grades 7-10.Registration Process for 2018:Bucks County School Districts and Nonpublic Schools will be allotted seats to #girlSTEM.(District leadership will be notified of their allotment by December 1, 2017)On February 6, school district and nonpublic school leadership will pre-register for #girlSTEM (a link will be sent directly to school and district leadership), indicating how many girls they plan to bring to the conference. Any unused seats will then be available by request. Pre-registration will close on Friday, February 16.On April 6, school districts and nonpublic schools (that have pre-registered) will officially register their groups.In May (date TBD), all registered girls will register for their specific sessions.Registration is limited to Bucks County schools.The *tentative* 2018 schedule will be:
8:30 - 9:00am Registration 9:00 - 9:40am Opening Remarks & Campus Tours 9:45 - 10:30am Session 110:45 - 11:30am Session 2 11:45am - 12:30pm Session 3/ Lunch 1 12:45 - 1:30pm Session 4/ Lunch 2 1:30pm Dismissal
Inspire Girls to Pursue STEM!Join us on May 24, 2018 and share your area of expertise. Past presenters have had workshops and lectures ranging from breaking through the "Glass Ceiling" to teaching girls to make their own make-up!Need more info? Contact girlSTEM@BucksIU.org
PLEASE NOTE: #girlSTEM is designed as a school-sponsored and school-chaperoned event. We regret that due to space limitations, we cannot accept individual registrations by parents for their individual children. Girls must attend as part of a school-sponsored group. Parents may only attend the event if they have been selected by their child's school as an official school chaperone. (If schools select a parent as an official chaperone, that is fine - but they must be part of the school group. Each group of 20 girls is permitted to have a maximum of two official chaperones.)For more information, please contact:Lindsey Rutherford Sides, Ed.D.Supervisor of STEAM Education(215) 348-2940 ext. 1460
2017 SponsorsThank you for your commitment to girls' STEM education, wellness and leadership programs in Bucks County!