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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 6-12
Be Freshwater Friendly
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Category: STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) will host tours of their Water Resource Recovery Facilities to educate Girl Scouts on the wastewater treatment process and lab. The girls will then be introduced to the Be Freshwater Friendly and Pipe Patrol educational campaigns. These activities will aid in the development of a higher level of understanding of wastewater treatment, communicate how actions can impact the environment, and the importance of clean water. The girls will have an opportunity to visually experience the everyday operations of the organization as well as learn the significance of environmental stewardship.
Date
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4/15/2014 9:00 am - 11:30 am
Renewable Water Resources 561 Mauldin Rd Greenville ,SC 29607
Registration Ends 3 weeks prior to session
Cost $5.00 girl | $3.00 adult
Minimum/Maximum Girl Attendance 50/75
Contact: Kristie Oliver   864-208-2713   koliver@gssc-mm.org

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