The Atlanta Jewish Academy will host the Young Women in STEM Career Fair from 12 to 4 p.m., Nov. 5, on the school campus.
The programming features a day of immersive activities for young Jewish women in grades 7 through 12, including a panel discussion with seasoned STEM professionals from Sony Pictures Imageworks, Emory School of Medicine, the U.S. Forest Service, and Coca-Cola. The event also features hands-on experiments led by representatives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance, Abbott, and Invisible Thread.
The students and guests will also be able to network with fellow STEM enthusiasts and accomplished women who have carved out successful careers in aerospace engineering, artificial intelligence, manufacturing, medicine, and music technology.
The event will also feature career booths where students can gain insight into various industries, register for the Young Women in STEM mentoring program, and receive information about STEM internships and educational camps.
The STEM Career Fair, which is presented in collaboration with JumpSpark, is also a proud grantee partner of the Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta.
AJA is located at 5200 Northland Drive, Atlanta. To register for the event, please visit www.aja.fyi/STEM.
- Sasha Heller
- atlanta jewish academy
- Young Women in STEM
- career fair
- Sony Pictures Imageworks
- Emory School of Medicine
- the U.S. Forest Service
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance
- Invisible Thread
- aerospace engineering
- Artificial Intelligence
- music technology
- Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta