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Bilingual AT&T VIRTUAL Family STEM Event

Thu Mar 11, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Daisy, Brownie, Junior
Girl Fee:

Think Like an Engineer with GIRL SCOUTS—it’s all FREE! Bring a friend! Parents & Caregivers, you’re invited too! Team up with your girl to solve problems, design solutions, then see how well your ideas work. The fun, hands-on activities were created for families of elementary school girls, but are sure to get everyone in your family involved in the action. Learning about STEM has never been so fun! Who can participate: Girl Scouts K-5, their non Girl Scout friends, and all families.

Evento familiar virtual de Girl Scouts: Piensa como Ingeniera ¡ES GRATIS! Diviértanse en familia resolviendo problemas, diseñando soluciones y comprobando si sus ideas funcionan. ¡De eso se trata la ingeniería! Las actividades prácticas de este evento están diseñadas para niñas de escuela primaria, ¡pero toda la familia querrá ser parte de la acción! ¡Nunca ha sido tan divertido aprender sobre STEM*! Quiénes pueden participar: Girl Scouts de Kínder a 5° Grado, sus amigas (aunque no sean Girl Scouts) y toda la familia.

Registration Ends March 5, 2021 at 5pm.  This event is VIRTUAL via Zoom. Zoom links will be emailed to registered participants 2 days prior to event. 

In partnership with AT&T, Girl Scouts is hosting a virtual event based on the Think Like an Engineer Journey. Girl Scouts and girls new to Girl Scouts will have the opportunity to learn about how engineers solve problems and how they can also use those same methods in their own lives. On this Journey, they use the Design Thinking Process to complete hands-on design challenges.

Girl Scout Family STEM Virtual Events empowers families by taking away the pressure of needing to be “STEM experts” and encouraging them to participate together, allow their girls to share, show, and teach what they have learned.

Thanks to the generous support of AT&T, girls and their families will have the opportunity to experiment, explore their environment and push boundaries in healthy ways, all while learning how they can improve the world through science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).