On Thursday, February 22, 2018, from 11am-4pm, spend a day sharing the incredible and diverse world of engineering and STEM/STEAM with girls and women of all ages. Celebrate National Engineers Week with a unique day of learning and fun – Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day! (IaGtED)
Bring your children ages 3-7 to explore the popular children’s book series that includes Rosie Revere, Engineer; Ada Twist, Scientist; and Iggy Peck, Architect. (Feel free to dress as your favorite character!)
Bring home-school tweens and teens, or middle and high school classes for hands-on engineering/STEAM labs and learning.
Women in STEM/STEAM school/studies and careers can join us for a refreshing and candid luncheon and conversation about how to encourage and mentor more girls in science, technology, engineering, architecture and mathematics.
Come and visit the historic site, Museum and village named for the family of the world’s first known female field engineer – Emily Warren Roebling – who worked tirelessly to help her husband build the iconic and majestic Brooklyn Bridge. Help us encourage, engage and interest more girls in the wide world of “engineering”.
Contact Caren Cronin, Roebling Museum’s Volunteer, Program & Visitor Experience Manager for more information or to book your group for an IaGtED! Call 609-499-7200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Help more young women explore STEM/STEAM and shout the I am Gifted (IaGtED)!