Hey Ladies! Join us for a Spring Electronics workshop!

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Celebrate the return of Spring by discovering the wonderful world of circuits and crafting a custom light-up card tomorrow, March 21st 2017!

In this project-based learning workshop, you’ll discover electricity, circuits, and light emitting diodes (LEDs), including where to source inexpensive electronic components for your future electronics crafting needs.

To register, please RSVP here.

If you are unable to attend the event tomorrow,  sign up for the next workshop on April 4, 2017!

 

About the Instructor, Jen Fox:

Jen Fox is an engineer with a diverse and broad range of experience in industry and education, ranging from a dark matter detection researcher, to a Hacker in Residence for SparkFun Electronics. Jen’s project-based educational approach gives students practical knowledge in STEM subjects, so that students continue to build on and share their knowledge and skills well beyond the workshop. Go forth and build!

Check out the event here. Register and pay in advance to reserve your spot today!

Make a Light-Up Valentine’s Card!

Valentine's Day Light-Up Card!

Light-up cards make the world a brighter place! Join us on February 12th from 2 – 3:30 PM to learn the basics of circuits and make a custom, light-up Valentine’s Day card for a loved one!  Plus, you’ll leave with extra materials to teach at least 2 friends how to make a light-up card! Wooo paper circuit after-party!!

 

More specifics on what you’ll learn: the basics of electricity, circuits, and LEDs (light emitting diodes), how to build switches, and how to source materials for simple electronics projects.


This event is open to women, girls, and LGBTQ folks ages 16 and older. Younger participants are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. Thank you!

 

To register for the class, please visit this website: [Click here to sign up!]

 

About the Instructor:

Jen Fox is an engineer with a diverse and broad range of experience in both industry and education, with positions ranging from a dark matter detection researcher to a Hacker in Residence for SparkFun Electronics. Jen’s project-based educational approach gives students practical knowledge in STEAM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Art-Mathematics) subjects, so that students continue to build on and share their knowledge and skills well beyond the workshop. Go forth and build!