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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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STEM Activity Day
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Category: STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Girl Scout Juniors are invited to work with female engineering professionals to learn about science and engineering. Girls will work on two different activities and perform experiments to learn how things work:

Newton's Rocket Car : create a balloon powered car as a practical application of Newton's third law of motion, also considering the importance of axles, bearings, and symmetry!

Time Shadows : build your own sundial and simulate the "time shadow" created by the rotating Earth, considering the shape of the Earth, your location on it, and the operation of a compass.

•Lunch is included in event fee.
••Adult attendance is limited to one attending adult per troop.

Hosted by:
Society of Women Engineers and the GE Women's Network of the Greenville area
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11/15/2014 10:00 am - 2:00 PM
Roper Mountain Science Center 402 Roper Mountain Rd. Greenville ,SC 29615
Registration Ends 3 weeks prior to session
Cost $7.50 girl | $7.50 adult
Minimum/Maximum Girl Attendance 25/50
Contact: Meika Sam   803-461-3729

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