2013 Girls Engineering Conference
Saturday, March 2, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM (CST)
The Girls Engineering Conference is a 100% FREE event for girls in 6th – 9th grades who are interested in science and engineering.
• Participants will spend the day with female engineers from Alabama Power Company, engaged in exciting, hands-on workshops to learn about and apply concepts from various fields of the engineering discipline. The event will also include a fun and challenging engineering competition!
• Sessions available for parents will include valuable information and resources pertaining to educational and personal development for their daughters. Each child must be accompanied by exactly one (1) parent or guardian for the duration of the event.
To attend this event, complete your registration through this site. **Please note that any contact information gathered will not be distributed to any external party and is to be used explicitly for the purpose of communications about the 2013 Girls Engineering Conference.**
This event is a joint project between Girls Inc. of Central Alabama, McWane Science Center, Alabama Power Company, and the Alabama Power Foundation.
Sign-in begins at 9:30 a.m. the day of the event. Lunch will be provided.
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Girls Inc. of Central Alabama
Since 1938, Girls Inc. of Central Alabama has provided places and programs where school age girls of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds participate in wholesome activities. We help girls develop to their fullest potential, enrich their relationships with others, and grow to be responsible and productive members of the community. With support from local individuals, corporations, and foundations, Girls Inc. helps girls gain new skills, develop self-confidence, and learn to compete in an ever-expanding world. Our Outreach programs stretch beyond the walls of our centers and into the community through partnerships with schools, churches, and community organizations in three Birmingham area counties. We hope you will join us to celebrate the leaders who have made a difference in the lives of girls.