NWMSU Girl Scout Science Saturday
Join Society of Sigma Gamma Epsilon & Northwest Student Chapter of the National Science Teachers Association to learn from local experts about natural science topics that will educate, surprise, and thrill all levels of Girl Scouts. The workshops will include hands-on experiments and demonstrations related to Girl Scout badge requirements. Learning about science and the world around us is great fun! Reserve your spot quickly. Space is limited to 20 girls per session. Each girl that participates in at least 1 session will receive a fun patch (early registration only.) Girls may take as many courses as they would like and as room allows.
Registration Requirements: All girls participating as a Girl Scout in this activity must be registered Girl Scout members. If attending as a troop, all volunteers also need to be registered members and/or have completed and approved background checks. If non-registered individuals (adults or tags) are allowed to participate in this activity supplemental insurance is required. Use the Insurance Purchase Form to purchase insurance at least 3 weeks prior to the event. Completed forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register by returning registration form and payment to: Department of Natural Sciences C/O Lisa Crater 800 University Drive, GS 2610, Maryville, MO 64468
Questions? Contact Dr. Rena Smith at email@example.com or (660) 562-1509.
Cost Per Girl: $10 per Girl Scout plus 1 canned good for the food bank PER COURSE for early registration. On-site registration is $15 PER COURSE. EXCEPT Daisies can take up to four sessions per $10 registration.
Cost Per Adult: N/A
Badge/Journey Connections: Brownie: Home Scientist, Bugs, First Aid, Junior Geocacher, First Aid, Flowers, Animal Habitats, Detective, Cadette: Trees, Special Agent, First Aid, Senior + Ambassador Think Like an Engineer, Voice for Animals, Daisy: Between Earth & Sky
About this Partner: Sigma Gamma Epsilon is the national honorary society for the Earth sciences. Founded in 1915, the society includes 200 chapters at colleges and universities throughout the United States. The Epsilon Theta Chapter at Northwest consists of more than 25 geology and Earth sciences students. Membership is by invitation only, and requires excellence in scholarship, service to the department and University, and outreach to the community.