Saturday February 1, 2014 at San Jose State University
Thank you to all volunteers and participants for making WOW 2014 a huge success!!
WOW! That’s Engineering! tickets will be available via Eventbrite!
Tickets can be purchased at: wowthatsengineering2014.eventbrite.com
About WOW! That’s Engineering
WOW! That’s Engineering! is an award winning SWE-SCV program that gives high school girls (grades 9-12) the opportunity to visit the San Jose State University College of Engineering, participate in round table discussions with professional women engineers, and gain advice from a panel of university students. Women engineers and university students present interactive workshops with unique engineering topics to inspire creativity and educate on challenges in design, construction, and execution.
WOW! That’s Engineering! also includes a parent track that allows parents to hear from women engineers and university professors on helping their daughter succeed at the university. The track includes university information, a parent panel, and other workshops aimed at educating parents on challenges and ways of aiding their daughter in math and science.
Location: College of Engineering (Between 7th and 8th on San Fernando St), San Jose State University
University Map Link: http://www.sjsu.edu/map/docs/SJSU_campus_map.pdf
Parking: University Parking is available at the 11th Street parking garage. For information on directions and parking fees see: http://www.sjsu.edu/parking/
Date: Saturday, February 1st
Event Check-in: 8:00am-9:00am
Event Ends: 3:00pm
Student and Parent release forms are mandatory for attendance and participation. Click on the link below, download the form(s), fill it out completely, and print out the form for the student and/or parent attending. Be sure to bring these with you on the day of the event:
Student: WOW Permission Slip Student 2014
Parent: WOW Permission Slip Parent 2014
A Note For Parents:
- The Event is only available to current high school girls and parents
- Ticket purchase and permission form are mandatory for attendance and particpation
- Project Lead the Way Students should will confirm through question
- Space is limited and is offered on a “first come first served” basis