The conference aims to provide young women with opportunities to meet and interact with positive female role models who are active in STEM (science, technology, mathematics and engineering) fields and to foster a greater awareness of career opportunities these fields. Members of AAUW invite girls to choose from 15 different hands-on workshops that cover a variety of STEM topics. The conference is designed to create positive experiences in STEM through engaging interactive learning.
Since its inception, the conference has hosted more than 1,500 seventh grade girls. The 10th annual “Explore Your Opportunities - The Sky's The Limit!” conference is expected to draw roughly 200 young women from New York City and Westchester. During the conference, parents and educators can partake in an entertaining and informative workshop, followed by a town hall discussion about careers in STEM fields and higher education opportunities.
For information and additional details about the EYO conference, visit http://www.aauw-eyoconference.org/
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