CHICAGO—- Scientists for Tomorrow (SfT) and After School Matters (ASM) teamed up to bring the eighth grade young girls from James Hedges Elementary, to present at the Girls Do Hack event held at the Adler Planetarium. The young girls will work in teams of four and present two workshops on Saturday, November 9, 2013 , where they will teach the Circuit Monster activity. Scientists for Tomorrow instructors Eliza Talamantes and Ashley Conroy will also be there to help facilitate the workshops.
Girls Do Hack is designed to engage young women to consider Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related careers. Participants registered, will select from a variety of STEM workshops, where they will do activities such as designing apps, building robots and game design.
For more information, you can visit the ir website: http://girlsdohack.adlerplanetarium.org