Libraries

Girls who STEAM

Calling all girls who are thinkers, tinkers, inventors, knowledge seekers and all round science fans!

City Libraries are excited to launch Girls who STEAM, a dedicated program of monthly workshops just for girls, with exclusive activities across the sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics to inspire and unite girls aged eight years and over in their passion for science. This is a great opportunity for girls to connect with great female science minds and role models at exciting hands on workshops.

Girls who STEAM workshops will run from March to October 2018.

Upcoming workshops

All workshops are held at our Robina Library on the below dates.


Spectrum

Saturday 11 August: Electromagnetic spectrum and light with Griffith University

Join Griffith University's School of Natural Science as they explore the electromagnetic spectrum, and how it is used in science. Girls only!

Please note: There are two sessions available for this event. Book online now.


Girls who steam

Saturday 22 September: Explore science! with the UQ Women in Science Association

Science is all around us in our everyday life. Come along and explore how you can apply science principles in the real world. Book online now.


Code Camp

Saturday 27 October: Celebrating Ada Lovelace

Today we celebrate Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer, with Learn to Code workshops presented by Code Camp. Have fun, be creative and learn the skills of the future during this exciting workshop where you'll be able to walk away with your very own game playable via the Code Camp App. There will be two workshops, 10am to 11.30am and 12pm to 1.30pm. Book online now.


Saturday 10 November

Program conclusion and wrap up party!

Girls who STEAM is supported by an Advance Queensland Engaging Science Grant provided by the Queensland Government.

Proudly supported by Advance Queensland and the Queensland Government.