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Young Women's Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Information about the 2021 Young Women's Conference in STEM

Dear Friends,

We are working very hard to bring you an exceptional program for 2021. At this time, we are planning to hold a virtual event and are in the process of searching for just the right platform to bring you amazing content. When we find the perfect platform for you, we will then open attendee registration.

The tentative timeline for the 2021 VIRTUAL YWC will be the end of April to early May; Once we have a set date, this page will be updated accordingly. 

Thank you for your patience and your support of this awesome program!

Sincerely yours,

Deedee Ortiz

For more information on the YWC, please visit our YWC Information page.

The Young Women’s Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics introduces middle-school and high-school-aged girls (in 7th through 10th grades) to women scientists and engineers and the wide breadth of careers available to them in these fields. Prominent female scientists and engineers from around the region spend the day with the girls in a variety of formats that includes small-group presentations, hands-on activities, a keynote address, and a chemistry demo.

If your institution/company/university is interested in participating in our hands-on Expo, please visit the Exhibitor Information Page.

The YWC in Photos!

2017 Photo Gallery

2016 Photo Gallery

2015 Photo Gallery

2014 Photo Gallery 

2013 Photo Gallery

For more information, please contact Deedee Ortiz at dortiz@pppl.gov.

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