San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for the....
....presented by NexGeneGirls
When: Saturday, October 15th, from 9:00am-2:00pm
Where: Willie Brown Middle School
2055 Silver Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124
This event is for all students, parents and guardians to experience and learn information about
Science,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields!
THIS EVENT IS FREE!!
8:45AM - Early Registration
Open to Both Parents and Students
9:00AM - Registration
(coffee, tea and light breakfast)
10:00AM - Welcoming Remarks
*Special Address by Co-founder(s)White Coats 4 Black Lives,
Adali Martinez, Hannah Obasi and Andrea Quinones-Rivera, University of San Francisco School of Medicine
*Keynote: Lisa Tealer, Genentech Senior Diversity Manager & Chair, Diversity Council
11:00AM - Middle School Students
- Engaging Hands-On Workshops
11:00AM - High School Students
- Speed Networking & Mentoring
11:00AM - Parents / Guardians
- How to Engage your Students in "STEM"
*Brian Garrett, Ph.D, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Genentech
*Shannon Noonan, Education and Community Partnership Manager, The Gladstone Institute
*Joi Jackson-Morgan, Executive Director at 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic
*Jennifer Cohen, Ph.D., Site Director for the Summer of Math and Science Honors (SMASH) Academy, UC Berkeley
*Saleem Shakir-Gilmore, Director of Upward Bound and Faculty at the University of San Francisco
1:00PM - Closing remarks
This Event is FREE!!
When & Where
NexGeneGirls provides opportunities for young people of color from low-income communities to participate in scientific processes through fun, hands-on science activities, lab experiments, and workshops that convey scientific principles while building self-confidence and developing the skills to problem-solve using math and technology.