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Famous Women in STEM: A History


Saturday, 29 June 2013 from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM (EDT)

Famous Women in STEM: A History

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     This is the first FUN workshop from our series of workshops designed to empower, educate and feed the curiosity of thirsty minds. 


     These workshops are intended to spark an interest for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in young women, ages 7-15 years.  Workshops will involve hands-on learning, led by professionals and innovators in their field, and students will be motivated to consider STEM as an exciting educational and/or career option. With advanced insights into the fundamentals of STEM-based topics, students will feel engaged and will take away valuable resources including access to a network of potential mentors. 


     On June 29th, hEr VOLUTION along with Enable Education will introduce young girls to women who have trailblazed the path for a future generation of women in STEM. Topics will include:  


  •       When did the women first become involved in STEM?
  •       Who are some of the most famous?  What did they do?


 To register for this event please make a donation which is appreciated and will be used for further programming. The event best suits young girls ages 7 to 15 and will be held at the Microsoft Store, conveniently located inside Yorkdale Shopping Centre. 


      We would like to thank our Sponsors

for making these workshops possible: 





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When & Where

Yorkdale Shopping Centre - Microsoft Store
3401 Dufferin Street
Toronto, ON M6A

Saturday, 29 June 2013 from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM (EDT)

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Our mission & vision:

To advance education by providing workshops and instructional seminars on topics relating to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) for low income and marginalized youth with a focus on girls and young women.

To advance education by providing camps during summer, winter and spring school breaks that provide STEM programs and activities in related fields.

To provide assistance, counselling and support to young women seeking employment in STEM-related fields who, because of their backgrounds, might not otherwise have access to such employment opportunities.

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