That’s how two-thirds of girls graded the Girl Day event they attended. When we asked how to make a Girl Day event even better they said to do MORE hands-on, engineering activities (and don’t be afraid to make some of them a bit more challenging). They also liked learning new things, eating good snacks, working in teams, and meeting engineers.
We’ve got more tips and resources to help you earn an A+ from all of the girls who attend your Girl Day celebrations. We’ve organized them into three groups:
We’ve got ideas and tips on how you can spark girls’ interest in engineering in classrooms, afterschool programs, and other group settings.
As a role model, you can inspire a girl’s future by sharing with her what engineering is all about.
Parents are a child’s first role model. Explore the ways you can excite your daughter (or son) by introducing them to engineering.
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We’ve also got lots of Girls Night Out planning tips and resources. This event features Dream Big film, engineering activities, and presentations.
Everyone is a role model. Help us to show girls all of the amazing ways engineers are making the world a better place. As a Girl Day Role Model you’ll get periodic program updates, planning tips, and ideas you can use to introduce a girl to engineering. Sign up today!