Girls Meet the Workforce is a series of workshops for girls in grades 6th-12th and their parents/guardians to learn about various careers and engage with female professionals paving the way at various businesses in Orange County.
Join us for the Law Series where you will learn more from a female District Attorney, Orange County Judge, the first female Lieutenant in Costa Mesa’s Police Department, a Sergeant, Crime Scene Investigator and City Councilwoman!
Workshops will take place at the following companies and include a hands-on activity directly related to the field as well as a tour of the facility. Registration is flexible, as you can purchase tickets for the full series or for individual workshops.
Law in Action
Hear what it takes to become a District Attorney and Judge first-hand and what it’s like to be in action while court is in session. Also get a chance to make a motion or two of your own!
Santa Ana, CA
Thursday, January 12, 2017
What does it mean to be on a City Council? What kind of impact can a City Councilwoman have on her community? Find out as we speak to Costa Mesa’s City Councilwoman, Katrina Foley!
Costa Mesa, CA
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Law enforcement is tough work and still a male dominated field. Learn how one Costa Mesa law enforcement officer shattered the glass ceiling when she became the city’s first female Lieutenant and hear about a typical day from a female sergeant investigator and crime scene investigator. You will also get a chance to use your detective skills to pull fingerprints and solve a case!
Costa Mesa, CA
Thursday, February 9, 2017
Still want to register for the last STEM series workshop?
No problem! You can do so until November 31st 12pm. Read below for more info.
Edwards Lifesciences is the final workshop as we conclude our STEM Series!
Edwards Lifesciences is driven by a passion to help patients. They partner with clinicians to develop innovative technologies in the areas of structural heart disease and critical care monitoring to help patients live longer, healthier and more productive lives. Leading the charge in artificial heart valves, participants will get to see an actual heart valve being sewn using real tissue, rendering it acceptable for a human patient.
Date: December 1st in Irvine, CA
What time will the workshops take place?
All workshops will take place 5:30pm-7:00pm.
Is a parent/guardian required to attend with the teen?
Yes, we are requiring all teens attend with a parent/guardian.
Can I purchase tickets at the door?
Ticket sales will only take place online.
The workshops are all full. Is there a waitlist?
Yes. Please email Ty King at firstname.lastname@example.org and include how many tickets you would like for each workshop. We will place you on the waitlist and notify you if there is a cancellation.
Where exactly will the workshops take place?
All details regarding addresses, parking instructions and exact meeting locations will be emailed to attendees a week prior to the workshop.
Do I need to bring my tickets with me to every workshop?
No need, all attendee names will be placed on a registration list that will be used for check-in at the workshop site.
What do I need to bring to the workshops?
You are not required to bring any items.
I can't make it to the workshop anymore, can I get a refund?
Due to the high demand and limited number of spots, a full refund will be made available until January 3rd at 12pm. Thereafter, only a partial refund of 50% will be available until January 9th at 12pm. Please email Ty King at email@example.com to request a refund after January 3rd at 12pm.
Have more questions?
Please feel free to reach out to Ty King at firstname.lastname@example.org or 714.597.8606