girls Tag

Society of Women Engineers will host the 13th Annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day on Friday, February 24, 2023 at Bartle Hall Convention Center. IGED targets high school women who show interest and aptitude in the areas of STEM. The students will be paired...

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement and a generous anonymous donor developed the Kansas City STEM Goes Red Scholarship with the goal of bridging the gap between student interests in pursuing a career in a STEM field and achieving their goals. The Kansas...

Hear from some women at Garmin working in aviation and who have pursued their pilot's license during this Q&A about their careers and their passion for aviation! The target audience for this event is students in 4th through 12th grades. Register here....

This virtual event for girls will begin with Vicki Johnson, who worked for Spirit Airlines in Wichita, Kansas, for much of her career, sharing about her professional history and how she overcame adversity being a woman in a male-dominated field. After hearing about her career...

Take a walking tour and view amazing projects from the Blue Valley Northwest Femineers. The Femineers will be spaced apart to display their projects. The Femineers have dedicated hours of work, innovatively combining science, math, and creativity to produce projects that they are excited to...

Coding & Cupcakes was created to get parent-daughter pairs working together to learn to code. This program wants to expose young girls to the technology field and hopefully allow them to get into these career fields growing up. April sessions will focus on HTML, HyperText Markup...

Hosted by the KC Women in Technology, this Coding and Cupcakes session will focus on HTML. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and is one of the building blocks for websites. Girls will learn about the capabilities of HTML and start learning the fundamentals of...

This month's Coding & Cupcakes session from Kansas City Women in Technology will focus on careers in technology. Through a panel discussion with questions and answers, KCWiT hopes to give young girls a chance to see what opportunities are open for them. The session will...

Join Kansas City Women in Technology's first in this monthly coding series of 2021, Coding & Cupcakes. This session will focus on a career panel to give children exposure to careers in coding and technology. Then they will switch to learning about the fundamentals of...

Join the Greater Kansas City Chapter of the Women Transportation Seminar (WTS) for this one-hour after school virtual program designed for girls ages 13 to 18. In the program participants will explore three different ways to construct a tower with limited time and materials. There...