We are excited to be involved with two fantastic science after school events this week in the San Francisco Bay Area!
Tomorrow, November 1, we will be at the CalGirlS Kick-Off Conference in Berkeley, CA. CalGirlS stands for the California Girls in STEM, and is the California state affiliate of the National Girls Collaborative Project.
The Kick-Off is the launch of the statewide initiative to increase girls' involvement in STEM. We are expecting over 100 program managers, guidance counselors, business partners, technical professionals K-12 teachers, parents and representatives from professional organizations and higher education.
Then on Saturday, November 3, we will be at AT&T Park in San Francisco for the Bay Area Science Festival Discovery Day. This event is from 11-4 and is free to the public! We expect 20,000 kids, parents, teachers and other folks who love science at the ballpark on Saturday.
We're thrilled to bring with us several of our local science after school partners: 4-H, the Bay Area Discovery Museum, 826 Valencia, the Alameda County Office of Education, HowToSmile.org and the brand new California Girls in STEM Collaborative (CalGirlS).
If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area, we hope to see you at one of these events!