Here is one final preview of this weekend’s Girls Do Hack event sponsored by Teza Technologies at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago. You can still register at girlsdohack.adlerplanetarium.org.
Promotional videos have been posted, and GDH recaps have been posted in the past. Here’s some information from the Adler Planetarium on the 2015 installment of Girls Do Hack.
Who: 80 young women, in grades 9-11, from across the city of Chicago
What: The young women will have the opportunity to engage in activities that emphasize skills needed to pursue careers in a variety of STEM (Science, Technology Engineering, Math) fields through hands-on, minds-on experiences and workshops.
How: GDH is created by a team of Adler’s scientists, educators and program specialists, matching girls with actual female STEM professionals that act as mentors.
Why: Women currently make up less than 1/4 of the workforce in STEM fields.
The event is sponsored by Teza Technologies and Misha Malyshev.
Here’s a teaser video from the Adler Planetarium and Misha Malyshev’s YouTube channel: