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Jump into the Trades! SOLD OUT

Sat Dec 10, 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Community Partner
Junior, Cadette
Minimum Attendance:
Maximum Attendance:

Peaslee Tech will provide an interactive morning with an introduction to Carpentry, Welding, Automotive, Robotics and other careers that are considered non-traditional for girls.  Each area will provide a hands-on activity for all participants to try and a discussion about many different careers these areas provide. The goal being that all girls understand they have the ability to get a career in any field that appeals to them and not be held back by their gender.

Additional information: Guests should monitor their health prior to the program. If they do not feel well, they are advised not to attend the program.

Cost per girl: FREE
Cost per adult: N/A

Please be a sister to our Girl Scout partners. Our partners invest staff and financial resources to provide unique Girl Scout programming at no cost to our girls and their families/troops. This is one of those special opportunities. In order for our partners to continue offering low-cost and free programming to Girl Scouts, please notify them as soon as possible if you can no longer attend.

How to Register: Please review GSKSMO's registration requirements before registering. *THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. REGISTER FOR WAITLIST HERE.

Questions: Contact Charlie Lauts at 785-856-1801, ext. 106

Location: Peaslee Technical Training Center 2920 Haskell Avenue, Suite 100 Lawrence, KS 66046

Badge Connections: Junior Badge: Automotive Engineering, Cadette Badge: Automotive Engineering, Cadette Badge: Woodworker, Junior Badge: Programming Robots, Cadette Badge: Programming Robots

Outcomes: Develops a strong sense of self, Seeks challenges and learns from setbacks, Learns to identify and solve problems in her community.
Learn more about the 5 Girl Scout Outcomes.  

About this partner: Peaslee Technical Training Center is a catalyst for economic growth providing technical training to a diverse community of participants to meet the current and emerging needs of our communities and employers.