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Two Weekend Workshops to Empower Girls Taking Place at St. Norbert College

From St. Norbert College , September 10, 2018
by Hailey Barron , hailey.barron@snc.edu , 920-403-3089

St. Norbert College will offer two invite-only weekend workshops for middle school girls Sept.14-15 called STEM Girls Rock and Her Voice Rocks! Participants of
each workshop will be hosted overnight at the college on Friday, Sept. 14. All meals and supplies will be included. There are no participation fees, and
transportation will be provided if needed.

Participants will be invited to attend the workshops based on nominations from teachers in the Green Bay and De Pere area.

STEM Girls Rock

This is the second year the college will host STEM Girls Rock. During the workshop, girls will explore science and mathematics while working with St. Norbert
College faculty, students and alumnae.

The goal of STEM Girls Rock is to make science and math “cool,” thereby inspiring the next group of future STEM women. Workshop leaders want to encourage
girls to view science and math as creative, purposeful and accessible subjects.

STEM Girls Rock is sponsored by St. Norbert College, Foth and Schreiber Foods. STEM stands for the fields of science, technology, engineering and
mathematics.

Her Voice Rocks!

Girls will explore the power of narratives while working with St. Norbert College faculty, students and alumnae during Her Voice Rocks! The workshop will take
place at the Cassandra Voss Center, 311 Grant St., De Pere.

The goal of Her Voice Rocks! is to build confidence in girls by providing them with academic opportunities and encouragement from undergraduate female
students. Participants will take part in poetry workshops, spoken-word performances, body-positivity exercises and creative-writing sessions.

For more information on these two workshops, visit http://www.snc.edu/stemgirlsrock or contact Bridgit Martin at 920-403-3963 or bridgit.martin@snc.edu.

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