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Invent. It. Build It.
Oct 26, 2013 - Oct 26, 2013
Age Groups: C (click for more information)
SWE, Girl Scouts, WGBH'S Design Squad Nation, and The ExxonMobil Foundation Present the Fourth Annual Invent. It. Build It.
When: Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 10am - 3:30pm
Who's Invited: Girls in grades 6-8, Parents and Educators, Volunteers
Invent It. Build It. is a hands-on engineering experience for middle school girls with a parallel program for parents and educators. The event takes place annually at the Society of Women Engineers Conference. Watch our video to get a sense of what the day looks like.
The girls will work with members of the Society of Women Engineers from around the world on Design Squad Nation activities. Everyone will leave with an understanding of what engineers do and how they make a world of difference.
The adults will have a chance to network, participate in a panel discussion with SWE members and outreach experts, and do a hands-on activity of their own.
Both groups will have the opportunity to visit exhibitors like FIRST, Girl Scouts, SciGirls, WGBH, SWE, and others at our Invent It. Build It. Expo. This year the Invent It. Build It. Expo will also be open to SWE members and the general public. Exhibitors interested in applying for space at the expo should submit their applications by July 12, 2013 at www.surveymonkey.com/s/inventexpo.
For SWE members interested in volunteering:
Interested SWE members can register for FREE to be a volunteer at this event. Contact Natalie Bryner of SWE-BWS at email@example.com for more information on how to register. (Note that if you register as a volunteer only, you cannot attend other SWE Annual Conference events for free, as you would need to pay the conference registration fee to attend anything other than Invent It. Build It.)
For any local Parents/Educators and/or Daughters (in Grades 6-8) to attend Invent It. Build It.:
There are options for Parents or Educators and/or daughters in Grades 6-8 to participate in the event ($7 for students) or attend the General Public Expo session (FREE). Register by selecting one of the three options at: