HONOLULU – Girl Scouts of Hawaii is inspiring scouts to explore new educational disciplines and interact with female professionals at the largest-ever STEM Fest event on Saturday, Nov. 4.
“We’re so excited to partner once again with Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor for this innovative and educational event,” said chief executive officer Shari Chang. “We are dedicated not only to exposing scouts to careers in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields, but also to providing them with valuable mentors who inspire them to dream big and fulfill their potential.”
The 2017 STEM Fest will be held at the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor and is the largest event for scouts to further explore their interests in various STEM professions.
“Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is pleased to host Girl Scouts of Hawaii for the second year in a row,” said director of education Dr. Shauna Tonkin. “We proudly encourage the education of Hawaii’s youth on the history and technology of flight, and we know from experience that STEM Fest is a fantastic event that helps us fulfill this mission.”
During STEM Fest, scouts of all ages will engage in hands-on activities with female professionals who lead the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. From chemists to engineers, surgeons to voyagers, these prominent leaders will work closely with scouts while inspiring them to pursue their passions in the STEM fields.