08 May UPCOMING EVENTS
Friday, May 19
Girls Exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (GESTEM)
GESTEM is an exciting event that introduces middle school girls to the wide range of opportunities in potential careers in STEM fields through hands-on workshops and interaction with engineering professionals. RMS hosts 1,000+ girls at the Auraria campus at no cost to the girls to attend.
We invite you become a workshop presenter. The total number of girls that we can host is only limited by the number of workshops we can present. Our most successful workshop are hands-on activities for the girls to exploring engineering ideas. Apply to be a presenter HERE.
To guide students from workshop to workshop, we need over 200 volunteers. This is a wonderful opportunity to interact directly with the students. Register to volunteer HERE.
If you are interested in becoming a financial partner, you can see our prospectus and contribute HERE. As little as $45 helps support one student GESTEM experience, and benefits for partners begin at $1,000.
The Society of Women Engineers Rocky Mountain Section, which covers Colorado and Wyoming, offers a wide range of opportunities to support engineers and leaders through networking, professional development, and the shaping of public policy and to inspire young girls to become engineers through outreach programs and scholarships.
For more information on how you are helping to make a difference, we invite you to visit our website at www.swe-rms.org. You can also find information there on our upcoming events for this year and volunteer opportunities.
If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact SWE RMS at email@example.com. Thank you again, and we look forward to your support.
International Coffee Hour
Friday, May 26
Zahra al Hajri: Speak Up! Unleash the Confident Speaker Within
All are welcome to join WOGA and our special guest, Zahra Al Hajri for a for a coffee hour chat.
Zahra is a public speaking expert and knowledge management guru. She supports and inspires women from around the world with her insightful ideas and fantastic tips. Effective communication is KEY and Zahra will generously guide us with her wisdom on all the components, to help you be a fantastic public speaker! Based in Oman, Zahra presents to international audiences on a myriad of topics, including Knowledge Management and Project Controls for Oil and Gas.
Venue: Virtual via Zoom
Starts: Fri, May 26 2023, 9:00 am MST
Ends: Fri, May 26 2023, 10:30 am MST
2023 WOGA Golf Clinic
Thursday, June 8
WOGA invites you to level up your golf game by attending our annual golf clinic on Thursday, June 8th!
After the clinic, we’ll have snacks and drinks to enjoy while you trade the tips and tricks you learned, and make plans to have your own team at the next Industry golf tournament!
Food for Thought’s Rock-A-Belly Festival
Saturday, June 10
Denver’s preeminent childhood hunger fundraiser is on for Saturday, June 10th, in Golden, Colorado. Tickets are on sale now. Sponsorships are available.
Rock-A-Belly is both a celebration and a fundraiser. We’ll be celebrating the hard work of our dedicated volunteers and rally our generous community to raise funds for food bank purchases for the following school year. As an attendee at the event, you will enjoy complimentary food tastings, cocktails, wine & beer, with awesome music from Denver’s best 80s cover band — 6Million Dollar Band. There will also be a special salute to our volunteers from Food for Thought Denver founder, Bob Bell. What more could you really ask for? All donations made at the event go directly to feeding our local hungry school kids.
NOTE! EVENT CAPACITY IS LIMITED TO 600 PEOPLE. TICKETS WILL GO FAST SO PURCHASE SOON!
We have tiered corporate sponsorship packages available — each with special perks. Click the link below to connect with Bob Bell to discuss or call his mobile at: (720) 201-9192.
Denver Public Schools Launch Internship Summer Session
June 12- July 21
Help young professionals build their college and career portfolios by becoming fully immersed in your industry.
The Denver Public Schools (DPS) Summer Launch Internship Program Makes Learning Real for DPS High School Students.
DPS is seeking new partner companies in the Creative Arts, Technology, Medical and Engineering sectors to participate in the district’s Launch Internship Program this summer.
Since 2014, DPS has collaborated with organizations across Metro Denver to bring engaging work-based learning experiences to high school students studying business, technology, healthcare, engineering and more.
Each summer, around 300 students participate in either in-person, hybrid, or fully-virtual 120-hour paid internships. Most students will have already completed two semesters of coursework aligned with the industry in which they are placed. DPS staff will assist intern supervisors with program planning and intern selection, as well as continue to support the match over the six weeks of the program.
For more information, or to inquire into hosting a student intern, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.