DreamGirls STEM Club for Girls

Registration is now open for the November session of the DreamGirls in Action STEM Club for middle school girls! Our students had lots of fun making Rube Goldberg machines during our first session. Join the fun for the upcoming session on Friday, November 17.
 
Who:      6th-8th grade girls
What:     DreamGirls in Action STEM Club, hosted by the High School Robotics team of Central Jersey
Where:   Middlesex Public Library, Community Room, 1300 Mountain Avenue, Middlesex, NJ 08846
When:    Friday, November 17, 2017, 3:15pm-5:00pm
How:      Register online at https://goo.gl/forms/QKdgFDEbyIpxDBdM2
Why:     To hear from female STEM professionals, learn more about STEM careers and have lots of fun!
 
The High School Robotics Team of Central Jersey is hosting this FREE monthly STEM Club for 6th-8th grade girls to encourage girls to learn more about a variety STEM careers. Meetings will consist of a video conference call with female engineer (from a variety of fields) and then a hands-on STEM activity based on the engineer's discussion. Use the link below to register.
 
https://goo.gl/forms/QKdgFDEbyIpxDBdM2

 

Registration is limited to only 24 students, so register soon!

The High School Robotics Team of Central Jersey is a non-profit organization that participates in the FIRST Robotics Competition program. As a community team, we accept middle and high school aged students from any local towns! While the robot is the main focus of our team, we are #morethanrobots, and we offer much more than STEM activities, including business skills, teamwork, time management, community service and more! Please visit our website at www.frc747.com or email info@frc747.com.

 

Contact Information
  1. High School Robotics Team of Central Jersey
  2. info@frc747.com
Fri, November 17
3:15 pm — 5:00 pm
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Registration is now open for the November session of the DreamGirls in Action STEM Club for middle school girls! Our students had lots of fun making Rube Goldberg machines during our first session. Join the fun for the upcoming session on Friday, November 17.

Who: 6th-8th grade girls

What: DreamGirls in Action STEM Club, hosted by the High School Robotics team of Central ...

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