We’ve had an overwhelming response to “Cool Girls” and have closed the application process. Thank you for being interested, and we’ll try to offer this program again soon.
About “Cool Girls in Aerospace”
In January 2016, Mayor Jennifer Gregerson announced her 2016 Action Agenda items including “Cool Girls in Aerospace”, a special summer session offered through Edmonds Community College designed to inspire middle school girls to consider future careers in the aerospace industry. Taking math and science can be cool, especially when you get to experience first hand working in a high-tech lab and learn how to make stuff using the very same materials used to make a Boeing 787 or rocket! Cool Girls Brochure
This session is also co-sponsored by the United Way of Snohomish County, Harbour Pointe Senior Living, IAM District 751, Economic Alliance of Snohomish County, and the City of Mukilteo.
We’re looking for a maximum of 10 girls who will be in middle school this fall or between the ages of 12 -15 to apply to be a part of this special learning opportunity.
What: Cool Girls in Aerospace
When: August 15 – 18, 2016 from 9am
- August 15, 9 – 11am: Mentoring Session at Mukilteo City Hall. Meet some successful women engineers and aerospace professionals and learn how to be successful in this sector.
- August 16 – 18, 9am – noon at the WATR Center. Hands-on lab instruction with a certified Edmonds Community College instructor.
Where: Washington Aerospace Training & Research Center (WATR) at Paine Field
3008 100th St. SW, Everett, WA 98204. Transportation provided
Who: Middle school girls ages 12 -15
How much? FREE!
What else? A parent or guardian must approve participation. City staff and WATR Center employees will chaperone. “Cool Girls in Aerospace” will be provided FREE to the participants through a grant from United Way and the City of Mukilteo. Questions? Email us or call 425.263.8018.
Priority will be given to girls who are members of the Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club and can demonstrate great attitude, safety for themselves and others, and excellent overall club performance. The Mayor, with input from Club Directors, will make the final participant decision. You must complete the online application by the deadline to be considered. City staff will contact parents by phone or email to determine eligibility, and parents must sign an authorization form (provided later).
Click on this link to see one of the first “Cool Girls in Aerospace” sessions at the WATR Center! Turn up your speakers!