Other EYH Conferences

Can't make it to our conference? Don't worry! There are other EYH conferences happening around the Bay Area.

Other conferences in the vicinity
See the full list of national EYH conferences here.

EYH Berkeley March 7, 2020
EYH Diablo Valley College Pleasant Hill TBD
EYH Sacramento State TBD
EYH Skyline College March 14, 2020
EYH Saint Mary's College March 21,2020
EYH Stockton UOP TBD
EYH Merced TBD
EYH Sonoma County TBD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More STEM opportunities around the SF bay area for ages K-12 can be found at these sites

*****Tri-Valley Expanding Your Horizons provides the information below as possible sources of information and is not a sponsor of any of the organizations. Please let us know if you find any content to be inappropriate or obsolete. Thank you.*****

Education Programs Sponsored by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Career Girls
Children's Innovation Center
Design Squad Nation
Engineering-Go For It
Girls Go CyberStart
Play Book for Teens
Black Girls Code (San Francisco)
San Francisco STEM resources
SFkids.org
The Connectory (searchable by zip code, date, topic, type and keyword)
YouSTEM.org
Young Women in Bio

 

For girls interested in computer applications, these local groups are available:

Online learning resource:

Other:

Refer to the TVEYH Parent Program for other STEM resources and college preparation/admissions information.

For information about student costs, loans and potential earning power based on schools. College Scorecard

For a information on careers, salary data and projected job demand growth see CityTownInfo.

Information on a limited set of Engineering or Science careers can also be downloaded Employment Categories Info Sheet.

A free student guide of on-line STEM learning opportunities and economic outlook for women and minorities, including scholarships dedicated to women.

Girls in Computer Science: This guide helps students, their families and teachers understand the growing gender gap in certain industries, and provides actionable advice on how they can instill confidence that young women are more than capable of succeeding in these industries. A key feature of the guide is an interactive map that can be used to find nearby camps and workshops where these students can explore their interests.

Association of Science Technology Centers is an organization of science centers and museums dedicated to furthering public engagement with science among diverse audiences. ASTC is a global organization providing collective voice, professional support, and programming opportunities for science centers, museums, and related institutions, whose innovative approaches to science learning inspire people of all ages about the wonders and meaning of science in their lives.

Tri-Valley Regional Occupation Program (TVROP) Get Set (Girls Exploring Technology, Science and Engineering Together) is an extracurricular enrichment program for Tri-Valley high school girls with interests in math, science, technology and engineering. Through field trips, hands-on workshops, and a career fair, GetSet is designed to encourage the exploration of a variety of STEM related careers and to demonstrate the link between current classes and future career paths.

 

 



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Registration is Closed

Thank you for your interest in Tri-Valley Expanding Your Horizons. Registration is currently closed. Please join us for the next conference in February 20, 2021. Registration will open in late January 2021.

If you are looking for other events like EYH, please check out other EYH Conferences in the Bay Area.

 If you are looking for other events, please check out other STEM opportunities in the Bay Area.