Mar. 23, 2019, 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. | All Ages
GCNWI Friendship Center, 5100 Sunset Ln., Country Club Hills, IL 60478
$20 registration per girl includes a fun patch and swag | $10 per adult
The 8th annual STEMapalooza Science Expo is back! Girl Scouts of all ages are invited to join us on March 23 for this one-of-a-kind event!
At STEMapalooza, you’ll get to dive in to fun, hands-on STEM activities and tour the exhibit hall to learn more about museums and organizations with careers in STEM from across Chicagoland! Throughout the day there will be live science shows and demonstrations!
Older Girls (grades 6 – 12) are invited to join us for the After Party!
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Dunes Learning Center
Feed My Starving Children
FIRST Lego League Robotics Team: Super Bots
Forest Preserve District of Will County
Forest Preserves of Cook County
Women in Technology and Manufacturing
Current as of Jan. 29, 2019
STEMapalooza After Party
Exclusively for Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors (Grades 6 – 12)
Mar. 23, 2019, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
$12 registration per girl | $5 per adult
At the STEMapalooza After Party—which is exclusive to older Girl Scouts— you’ll meet inspiring women CEOs and entrepreneurs who turned their passions into professions.
Girls will learn the amazing stories of successful women in STEM, then interact with the presenters and other Girl Scouts in small groups. Refreshments will be served.
After Party Presenters
Katy Lynch, Co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer at Codeverse, the world’s first fully interactive coding school for kids, which was founded on the mission to teach one billion children to code.
Sonali Lamba, Founder of Brideside, an ecommerce business for bridesmaids dresses. Sonali works with the merchandise team to design the dress collection, and the technology team to create tools for the customer to help make this experience feel special.
Sakina Fakhruddin, Founder and CEO of Codinu which provides kids with a fun, collaborative, and all-inclusive classroom environment to learn coding.
Jamila Parham, founder of The Tech Unicorn™ a brand that is on a mission to create opportunities for women and minorities by educating, breaking down barriers and providing access to resources through mentorship, personal & professional development programs.
More presenters will be announced soon. Don’t miss your opportunity to speak with some incredible women in STEM!