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The education and employment disparities between males and females in science, technology, engineering and math professions makes Girl Scouting committed to offering opportunities for girls’ exploration of education and careers in STEM areas. Our all-girl environment and use of enthusiastic female role models provide an encouraging environment with eye-opening, thought-provoking ideas.
 
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Event 9-12
Building Bookshelves from Scrap
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Category: STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
This Habitat for Humanity hosted workshop gives girls the basic knowledge of how to build a bookshelf and they will be able to customize parts of the bookshelf.

This project gives individuals the opportunity to learn the basics of building, knowledge of construction tools, and constructive creativity with skilled staff members present ready to direct and assist and ensure a safe environment for an introduction to various power tools.

•Adult attendance is limited to 1 adult/troop.•

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12/13/2014 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Habitat For Humanity, 209 S. Sumter St Columbia ,SC 29201
Registration Ends 3 weeks prior to session
Cost $8.00 girl | $3.00 adult
Minimum/Maximum Girl Attendance 5/10
Contact: Meika Samuel   803-461-3729   msamuel@gssc-mm.org

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