GIRLS (Girls In Real Life Science)
Welcome to the GIRLS Program!
Do you like science? Have you ever tried to fix something or build something? Is touching a snake, a bat and a tarantula on your list of gross but cool things to do? Do you think about making the world a better place? Would you wear a T-shirt that says Nerd, Geek or Girl Power? Yes? Then the GIRLS Program is right for you – and your friends!
GIRLS stands for Girls In Real Life Science and the GIRLS Program is a series of experiences and activities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) that shows how fascinating and how cool STEM can be! That’s a lot of letters – but GIRLS in STEM have a lot of fun!
The program is open to girls of all ages. You can sign up for the program online or in the Museum of Natural History & Science. Once you sign up, you’ll get a monthly newsletter explaining all the incredible STEM activities for the month and introducing you to real life women scientists!
The GIRLS newsletter also has cool facts about science and surveys so you can tell us what you like about being a STEM GIRL! Every program you participate in teaches you something new about science, technology, engineering and math – and gives you points for participating. If you get enough points, you’ll get to pick your very own GIRLS STEM badge.
Would you like to learn more about the GIRLS Program? Check out the GIRLS website at girls.cincymuseum.org.
Support provided by the Ashland Inc. Advised Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation and the Duke Energy Foundation.