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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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Digital Workshop: Movie Maker
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Category: STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Produce a 3-minute video in your group of four with your smartphone or camcorder. Then upload the video and edit it using Windows Live Movie Maker software. Learn as you go - guidance is available if you need it. Beginners and experts welcome! At the end of the workshop, groups present their videos to peers, staff, chaperones, and family members. Ideal for anyone interested in earning the Digital Movie Maker Badge. Lunch is included.

Equipment needed: • Smartphone with video capability or camcorder • USB connector to download video onto laptop • Laptop or tablet with Windows Live Movie Maker installed. The installation file* can be found at: *Please review system requirements before installing
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4/05/2014 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
IT-oLogy 1301 Gervais St, Suite 200 Columbia ,SC
Registration Ends 3 weeks prior to event
Cost $8.00 girl | $8.00 adult
Minimum/Maximum Girl Attendance 10/20
Contact: Lee Morriss   803-461-3743

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