SW Washington STEM Learning Network
Activity Update for the Week of 12/28 - 12/31
Happy New Year!
Hayes Freedom High School Recognized for Innovative Internships
Second Annual Congressional App Challenge
Women in Science and Engineering Conference
toward the woman scholar who is interested in and/or pursuing engineering and science from high school through graduate level.
Workshops and presentations will be offered all day that speak to the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) educational and career opportunities as well as
professional and personal development. The workshops run simultaneously so the individual student can tailor the conference for their interests. Students of all
science and engineering levels are encouraged to attend. The registration fee is minimal, and there are great opportunities to network and explore opportunities.
Wednesday, Jan. 6th, 6-7pm
14204 Northeast Salmon Creek Avenue
LEARN HOW SCHOLARSHIPS CAN HELP YOU PAY FOR COLLEGE.
- Where to find the best scholarships
- How to write award-winning essays
- Helpful tips from prior award winners
Open to all, no matter where you choose to go to college.
LOCATION: Dengerink Administration Building, Room 110
PARKING: Free parking in any Orange lot.
STEM Interviewing Workshop at Columbia River High School
Tuesday, Jan. 12th, 2:15pm
800 Northwest 99th Street
Resume and Interview Workshop by Worksource at Hayes Freedom High School
Tuesday, Jan. 19th, 12:45pm
1919 Northeast Ione Street
STEM Speed Networking Event at Pacific Middle School
Thursday, Jan. 21st, 8:30am
2017 Northeast 172nd Avenue
2016 Camas STEM Girls Event
Saturday, Jan. 23rd, 9am-1:30pm
26900 Southeast 15th Street
Engaging young females in the possibilities of a career in a STEM field. This year the event is limited to Camas students but we plan to make this a regional event next year.