Williamson County Schools presents Celebrating Inspiring Women sponsored by Reliable MicroSystems
Reliable MicroSystems is proud to sponsor the Williamson County Schools Celebrating Inspiring Women event on Saturday, February 11th, 2023.
This event will offer an exciting morning of science, technology, engineering, and math activities celebrating women who have broken barriers and are making a difference in STEM!
WHO: 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade Williamson County School students
WHAT: A free event showcases different STEM-related career opportunities by providing local middle school students with interactive, hands-on STEM activities. The workshops will promote and encourage girls’ success in STEM with the involvement of female engineers, professors, and other STEM professionals.
WHEN: Saturday, February 11th (International Day of Women and Girls in Science) 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
WHERE: Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center (EIC) 104 Claude Yates Drive, Franklin, TN 37064
STEM fields are a growing necessity in the modern job market, and it is vital to instill enthusiasm for these careers in young people. Women are historically underrepresented in STEM fields, and Reliable MicroSystems is thrilled to partner with Williamson County Schools to celebrate inspiring women and encourage more girls to pursue careers in STEM.
We are excited to offer a fun, interactive morning of activities that will engage local middle school students and introduce them to various STEM-related careers. This event will feature interactive workshops led by female engineers, professors, and other STEM professionals, as well as fun activities, games, and prizes.
The event is free and open to all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Williamson County Schools students. We are passionate about inspiring young minds and helping them discover the power of STEM. Encouraging more girls to explore STEM-related careers is crucial in creating a more diverse and equitable workforce. We are proud to partner with Williamson County Schools to foster the next generation of female STEM professionals.
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