GEMS Night Out (Girls in Engineering, Math & Science) Poulsbo

Enjoy a fem-powered evening exploring the motivating fields of engineering, math and science at GEMS Night Out!

Students in grades 3-8 will explore hands-on, inquiry-based science and end the evening with a movie, guided tour of the aquarium or arts activities.

Join other fab GEMS for an inspiring and empowering learning experience.

The goal with our GEMS Night Out event is to provide a safe and empowering space for girls to explore STEM fields and meet other girls that share those interests. We will not turn away any identity, but would like to respect the focus of this program.

As we continue to look for other areas to grow our academic programs, we always appreciate feedback about demographics and interests that we can better serve. Please let us know if there are other topics or demographics that you would like to see represented!

Youth program participants and staff must abide by all University regulations and program rules.

Each GEMS Night Out session will feature a unique STEM theme for your child to explore:

May 11, 2018 - Puppies of the Sea - Seals and Sea Lions
Have you ever wanted to learn more about the marine mammals we see so often around our docks and shores? Come explore seals and sea lions, the puppies of the sea.

Students are asked to bring:

  • A healthy snack
  • A water bottle
  • Closed-toed shoes
  • A curious mind
Event Date: 
Friday, May 11, 2018
Start Time: 
0000 - 7:00pm to 9:45pm
Event Type: 
All
Event Location: 
18743 Front St. NE
Bellingham, WA 98370
Contact Person for the Event: 
youth@wwu.edu
Children: 
$20.00
Venue: 
Sea Discovery Center
Enrollment Required: 
Registration Required: 
Term: 
Spring
How is this event affiliated with WWU?: 
Western’s GEMS (Girls In Engineering, Math & Science) intends to provide opportunities for girls to learn and excel in the fields of Engineering, Math and Science and support STEM innovation. The goal with our GEMS programs is to provide a safe and empowering space for girls to explore STEM fields and meet other girls that share those interests. We will not turn away any identity, but would like to respect the focus of this program.