TECH SAVVY

AAUW Tech Savvy-Fox Cities
March 9, 2019 – UW Fox Valley
Registration is now open!
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Keynote Speaker:

Our Keynote speaker is Elizabeth Braatz, a 2013 graduate from Appleton North High School. She is a lepidopterist for a major butterfly house in Florida.  She will share her STEM journey and the joys and challenges of her career.

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What is Tech Savvy?

Tech Savvy is a one-day conference designed to give sixth to ninth grade girls an opportunity to experience firsthand how science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields can lead to exciting careers. There are also informative workshops planned just for the parents/guardians/mentors who attend.

Date, Time, and Location: Saturday, March 9, 2019, 8:30 to 3:30, UW-Fox Valley, Menasha, WI
Cost: Only $7 per girl and an additional $7 for each parent/guardian attending with her. Cash and checks are accepted at the door.

Parking: Our parking lot is on the west side of the Communication Arts Center. Use Entrance 16W on the west side of the building. Parking is free and plentiful.

Click HERE for a map of the Campus Buildings and Parking.

Click HERE for a link to Google Maps to get directions to the UW-Fox Valley campus.

 

Use the new drop down menus under the main Tech Savvy button on the navigation bar to find all the specific info you need to know -or-
click on the page links below.
~Tech Savvy and Girl Savvy Workshops for 2019~
~Parent/Adult Workshops for 2019~
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Press Release & Contact Info

Questions?

If you have questions about the March 9th Tech Savvy event, send an email to apposhtechsavvy@gmail.com. Be sure to include your contact info: full name, phone number with area code, and email address.

 

 

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