Techbridge Summer Institute 2013
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Friday, August 2, 2013 at 3:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us at the Techbridge Summer Institute in Oakland, CA July 31- August 2, 2013. This summer workshop focuses on the development of STEM educators and offers strategies and curriculum for engaging girls in science, technology, and engineering. During this workshop we will explore science, technology and engineering through inquiry-based activities.
Techbridge's experienced staff will guide you through:
- Recruiting and engaging girls in a STEM program
- Training on Techbridge's hands-on curriculum for grades 5-12
- Planning field trips and visits with role models
- Planning family outreach
- Developing STEM facilitation skills
- Integrating career exploration into your programming
Who should come? Teachers, after-school program staff, museum educators, youth development organization leaders, and any others interested in promoting girls in STEM.
Cost: $800 ($1500/2) including a digital copy of the Techbridge hands-on curriculum.
Special Offer: Save $100 when you register 2 people
from your organization!
When & Where
Techbridge is an award-winning national nonprofit that is engineering a revolution for girls to change the world through science, technology, engineering and math (“STEM”). Starting in Oakland 15 years ago, Techbridge built a reputation for delivering innovative after-school programs to girls in grades 5-12 at under-resourced public schools. Today, Techbridge continues to empower girls through a unique proven model that combines hands-on projects, field trips, role models, family engagement, and trainings to teachers, school districts and partners. Our programs also build confidence, problem-solving skills, perseverance, and public speaking abilities that serve a girl well in any career. Techbridge is now expanding nationally to bring its award-winning programs to more girls in more cities including Seattle and Washington DC, and scaling impact through innovative collaborations with national youth-serving groups like Girl Scouts, YMCA, and Society of Women Engineers. With every donor and volunteer, the revolution for girls’ empowerment grows. Join us!