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Girls & STEM Expo at Central Connecticut State University

  • Date: 4/8/2016
  • Time: 8:00 am - 1:30 pm
  • Location: Central Connecticut State University
    1615 Stanley St
    New Britian, CT 06053

On April 8th, nearly 100 high school girls joined with Central Connecticut State University educators, students, and representatives from numerous organizations and companies to increase their awareness of STEM careers, gain hands-on skills, and start navigating their pathways from high school to college and career.

We kicked off the day with an interesting presentation from Carol Coppa and Carolyn Begnoche, engineers and members of the Society of Women Engineers. They shared their journey in engineering as well as exposed the girls to the many opportunities available within the engineering field. Then girls then split into several groups to learn about manufacturing, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, biochemistry, electric circuits and more! The day concluded with the "Navigating the Path to College and Career" session, geared to provide practical information college and career guidance information for the girls to pursue their aspirations in STEM. 

 Thank you to representatives from the following organizations for joining us!

THANK YOU to Central Connecticut State University for supporting this inspiring event!  

For questions, please contact Keshia Ashe or Emily Betts

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Check out our upcoming Expos:

Girls & STEM Expo at University of Saint Joseph

Girls & STEM Expo at Mitchell College

Check out our past Expos:

Girls & STEM Expo at Manchester Community College

Girls & STEM Expo at Gateway Community College




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