SWE – Girls Exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math – May 19

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The Society of Women Engineers Rocky Mountain Section, which covers Colorado and Wyoming, offers a wide range of opportunities to support engineers and leaders through networking, professional development, and the shaping of public policy and to inspire young girls to become engineers through outreach programs and scholarships. With the generous support of organizations like yours, SWEP will be able to deliver programs to aspire, advance, and achieve the next generation of engineers. They can only accomplish our goals through the generous support of their volunteers and partners.

They invite you to partner with them at one of our upcoming signature events. Please consider sharing the volunteer and registration opportunities with your members. If your organization is already partnering for an event or in current communication with one of our event committee members, please continue coordinating directly with them.

Girls Exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (GESTEM), May 19

    • GESTEM is an exciting event that introduces middle school girls to the wide range of opportunities in potential careers in STEM fields through hands-on workshops and interaction with engineering professionals. RMS hosts 1,000+ girls at the Auraria campus at no cost to the girls to attend.
    • They invite you become a workshop presenter. The total number of girls that we can host is only limited by the number of workshops they can present. Their most successful workshop are hands-on activities for the girls to exploring engineering ideas. Apply to be a presenter https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScd4xNm4aiSjq6OCkzZt5J1gKy7r5tlPUcDdLo2ZCuvJwljPw/viewform
    • To guide students from workshop to workshop, we need over 200 volunteers. This is a wonderful opportunity to interact directly with the students. The call for volunteers will open soon. https://www.swe-rms.org/gestem-volunteers.html
    • If you are interested in becoming a financial partner, you can see their prospectus and contribute at https://www.swe-rms.org/gestem-donate.html. As little as $45 helps support one student GESTEM experience, and benefits for partners begin at $1,000.For more information on how you are helping to make a difference, SWEP invites you to visit their website at www.swe-rms.org. You can also find information there on their upcoming events for this year and volunteer opportunities.If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact SWE RMS at swerms@gmail.com. Thank you again, and we look forward to your support.
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