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Girls in Ocean Science Teen Conference

Please see the information below and flyer attached for a "Girls in Ocean Science Teen Conference" in Dana Point:

 

Hello, my name is Gabrielle Bartolon, and I am a member of the Girls in Ocean Science Teen Conference Committee.

 

The Ocean Institute in Dana Point, California, will host the 13th Annual Girls in Ocean Science Teen Conferences for Middle School students on February 24th, 2018 and for High School students on March 17th, 2018. Our mission is to provide an environment that encourages dialogue between one hundred young women and eight influential scientists at each conference. The focus of the conference is to promote teenage girls' interest in science through interactive workshops based in our onshore laboratory facility and aboard our research vessel, the R/V Sea Explorer. Because women are still largely underrepresented in many fields of science, we will be encouraging these young women to consider pursuing science-based fields of study.  Our mission is to demonstrate the success and excitement available to women who pursue scientific careers.

 

The success of these conferences depends on participation of local middle school and high school girls. We believe that many young girls in your district would benefit greatly from this opportunity. We are looking for girls between 5th and 12th grade who are interested in science and would enjoy spending a day engaging with inspiring female scientists and other like-minded students. Our scientists come from many different fields of science, including a nautical archaeologist, veterinary technician, geochemist, sustainable seafood scientist, climatologist, and conservationists. Our hope is that the participants will walk away with a new-found passion for all that the field of science has to offer. Attached to this email you will find a flyer with all essential information regarding the conferences. The conferences run from 8:30am to 4:00pm, with breakfast and lunch provided. We will also be providing t-shirts and fun raffle prizes. The cost is $50 per person, and the girls can sign up online at the ocean institute website. We would be grateful for your support in the promotion of the GIOS Conference, and the distribution of these flyers to any girls or classes you think may be interested would be greatly appreciated.

 

Sincerely,

 

Gabrielle Bartolon

Girls in Ocean Science Specialist

girlsinoceanscience@ocean-institute.org 

 

Posted by: Deni Christensen Published:12/22/17
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