Parent-Daughter Engineering Day is designed to spark the interest of girls in 6th - 9th grades and get them thinking like engineers.
The girls and their parents engage in fun & challenging activities such as building a workable hydroplane and team-building exercises
This captivating opportunity inspires confidence and nurtures girls innate engineering abilities and interest. Girls are encouraged and supported by successful female engineers, WSU faculty, staff and students.
This event is sponsored by the Office of Career and Technical Education through federal funding from the Carl D. Perkins Act of 2006.
From COAST Spring 2012 Newsletter