Along the lines of the posts I've written this week about STEM programs for middle school girls (here and here, I thought I'd share this. Thank you to Moni Singh of STEM for Kids, which offers camps and other programs, for letting me know about this one.
The Enterprising Women Foundation and Wake County Commission for Women will host the Young Enterprising Women Mentorship Forum from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh on Wade Avenue.
The program includes opportunities to network with some of the region's top women entrepreneurs and business leaders and hear from a panel of women leaders.
High school girls and their chaperones can attend for free. To get free admission, parents need to email Singh at email@example.com with the names of all attending and the students' schools.