Utah State University Society of Women Engineers is providing a day in the life of an engineer for girls in grades 9-11. Explore engineering by performing experiments, talking to professors, browsing the club fair and meeting current students. Visit the USU Observatory and learn about the wolves of Yellowstone before diving into programming circuitry, DNA, structures, and so much more!
Registration is $15 and includes food and lodging at the USU Logan Campus. Registration will be capped at 75 students and closes March 25th. Find out more information and register at:
CODE TO SUCCESS offers summer coding boot-camps for high school aged students – and it is absolutely free. Come gain new skills, collaborate with like-minded peers, and make connections in higher education and the tech industry. The program runs from June 12 - August 15, Monday - Thursday, 8am-12pm. Check out the attachment below for more details.
FBI Salt Lake City Division and #YouthAmbassadors4Change present "Change Your Perspective." Grades 9 and above are invited to the symposium to discuss the topics of: human sex trafficking, suicide prevention, opiate abuse, cyber crimes, and sextortion. Lunch will be provided, and Kadi Correia (Activist and Model) will be the keynote speaker. The event will be held Saturday, March 25 from 9am-4:30pm at West High School (241 N. 300 W., SLC, Utah 84103). Please print and fill out the forms below for admission and free TRAX travel.