Becoming Urban Planners
Take on the job of an urban planner by designing your dream city which meets the needs of your residents! What does your city look like? What does it need to provide? How many people can it house? We will draw out maps and blueprints, develop 3-D models of buildings, and consider how our city and its residents will make money. Bring your creativity- your city is up to you!
Monday-Friday, August 3rd-August 7th, 10:00am-11:00am, $78
What makes you unique? With emphasis on “girl power” messages, we'll be discussing gender stereotypes, body image and social media, gender roles and the gender pay gap.
Monday-Friday, August 3rd-August 7th, 1:00pm-2:00pm, $75
Becoming Data Scientists
We can tell important stories by creating graphs and we can learn about key relationships by reading graphs. Throughout the week we will become empowered data scientists who aren’t afraid to call out a misleading graph or confidently share a personal story through data. Each day, we will analyze a new set of real-world data and try our hands at presenting meaningful data concerning real world issues we care about.
Monday-Friday, July 27th-July 31st, 10:00am-11:00am, $78
Girls' Votes Count
With the Presidential election coming up, this is a great teachable moment to see math in action! We'll discuss the math involved in the election process including how the electoral college is formed and how different voting methods effect the outcome of an election. Girls will make conjectures about real data including gallop polls and census data, discuss and analyze polling and the election process, and learn how their vote and their voice can make a difference in the world.
Monday-Friday, August 10th-August 14th, 10:00am-12:00pm (includes daily 15 minute break), $150
For summer classes, please register for the grade you child will be entering fall 2020.
To ensure that each girl gets the proper attention, classes will be capped at 12 participants.
Scholarships and scaled enrollment available! Request financial assistance here.
What parents are saying:
"Just wanted to say thank you for the classes. [She] is loving them and it is so nice to have something regularly scheduled each day that she looks forward to!"
"She just adored her Girls Count workshops – the work, the community, and you! Both her father and I enjoy math and are so pleased that she is carrying on the tradition."
"She loves the workshop. I heard her saying to a friend 'who knew math could be so fun'. We definitely want to keep going even after she’s back in the actually classroom! [My daughter] having a better relationship with math could be one of the good things that could come from all this craziness."