M, 3/21 - 3/21, 2016, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Cost: $15 | Registration Number: 155594
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Teachers and high school students are invited to the UW to uncover the exciting, practical and rewarding world of mathematics. Choose from a variety of sessions throughout the day that cover diverse applications of math such as climate, origami and mobile phones. Listen to panel discussions on the undergraduate math student experience and careers in mathematics. You can also participate in field trips* to various campus laboratories and facilities to discover how math is put to use every day.
*Access to these field trips is limited. Tickets for field trips and some of the hands-on activities are distributed randomly. Please note that schools receive tickets for approximately half the number of students registered.
Learn more about Math Day by reviewing the 2016 program.
What the Program Covers
- Cutting-edge topics in the mathematical sciences presented by top faculty during this one-day event
- Activities, discussions and campus lab visits
- High school students in grades 10 through 12
Students of Color Career Conference
"Dare To Dream: Realize YOUR Purpose, Passion, and Power"
Thursday, March 24, 8 am-1:30 pm
Everett Community College, Student Fitness Center, 2206 Tower Street, Everett
The mission of the conference is to educate and inform middle and high school students of color about various career options, and to encourage students to think big, to dream big, to believe that success through education is possible, and to believe it is well within reach.Expanding Your Horizons Field Trip opportunity to Bellevue College
Friday, March 25th, 7:45-1 pm
Bellevue College 3000 Landerholm Circle SE
Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Conference for Girls, Grades 9 – 12
EYH Conference Goals: • Increase the interest of young women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through positive, hands-on experiences. • Foster awareness of career opportunities in the STEM fields. • Provide young women with opportunities to meet and interact with positive role models who are active in STEM-related careers.
March 31st, 2016 - Shorewood High School's College Planning Night
Young Women Empowered Career Day
April 16, 2016 @ 10:30 am
Mobius Hall, UW Bothell/Cascadia College , 18428 110th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011
As little girls, we all have big dreams about who we will be and how we can make a difference in the world when we grow up. But what does it take to realize those dreams in our lives?
Role models matter. Trailblazers show us paths to follow, and they also inspire us to follow our hearts and courageously forge our own paths. That’s why we’re inviting women & girls, in high school, college and beyond to ignite their career dreams with Y-WE.
Explore skills…knowledge…professional empowerment…networking opportunities….and inspiration.Career Day features high-profile keynote speakers, interactive workshops and career development activities that will help you set and meet goals for your future!
Over 20 diverse professional women have volunteered to share their authentic stories of career challenges and success. Y-WE’s community partners will share job, internship and summer adventure opportunities for those in attendance. Career fields covered will range from: medicine, arts, law, fashion, dance, media, government, non-profit, education, entrepreneurship, business, and beyond.
For: Girls, Women, and female groups in high school, college and beyond seeking career inspiration from women professionals. Female Students at Cascadia and UW Bothell are encouraged to attend. Allies of all genders are welcome.
Cost: FREE! Donations accepted and encouraged
Spring College Fair
April 23, 2016, noon-3pm
Seattle University, Connelly Center
The fair is free and open to the public. No fee is necessary for students, family members or guidance counselors to attend. Students are encouraged to visit www.gotocollegefairs.com prior to the fair. After entering their information on the website, students can print a barcode that can be scanned by the college representatives of their choice. Put an end to filling out info cards at every table!
UW Engineering Discovery Days
Friday, April 22 & Saturday, April 23, 2016
At Engineering Discovery Days, students and faculty from all UW engineering departments share their work with students, teachers, families and the community. We hope you will join us for hands-on fun and learning.
The 2-day event is free and open to everyone. Registration is required for all who plan to participate.
Please note we have reached capacity for both days. We are no longer accepting registrations.
Students and teachers participate in hands-on activities that demonstrate the exciting work of engineers. Friday’s events are oriented toward 4th through 8th grade students.
In addition to exhibits and activities, high school students and their families can attend presentations for high school and community college students to learn about engineering departments, admission, scholarships and financial aid, UW housing and food options, and the honors program. A schedule of presentations will be posted in March.
Hopkins Visits You
Join Johns Hopkins admissions representatives at presentations nationally and globally to learn more about academics, student life, the application process, and financial aid.
date:Wednesday, April 20, 2016
location:Interlake High School
16245 Northeast 24th Street
Bellevue, WA 98008
Alaska Airlines Aviation Day 2016
Saturday, May 21 at 8:00am to 5:00pm
Together with The Port of Seattle, Boeing and The FAA, Alaska Airlines is proud to again host the Seventh Annual Aviation Day on Saturday, May 21st, 2016.
Do you want to fly a B737 simulator? Do you want to know how robots are being used in the aviation field? Do you want to design airplanes? Alaska Airlines Aviation Day is for you!
Alaska Airlines will open its' doors to student ages 13-18 on May 21 and give a behind the scenes look at the aviation industry.
Careers ranging from air traffic control to airline flight attendant will be discussed throughout the day. Participants will be able to explore just how flights are planned, scheduled and executed. Training facilities will be open and engineers will guide attendees through the construction of aircraft. Several light aircraft and pilots will also be on-site to educate and inspire tomorrow’s leaders to take us into the skies of the future.