Electric Girls: To Develop Your Daughter Into a Confident Leader and Innovator, Register Today!

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Electric Girls: To Develop Your Daughter Into a Confident Leader and Innovator, Register Today!

Electric Girls allows local girls to learn skills in electronics and computer programming while working with female roleGirls Learn Engineering New Orleans models in technology. Join for an all girls program where your daughter will design and build her own take-home inventions!

During her first Electric Girls program, Julia (age 9) designed and built a working LED lamp with a switch, complete with her own self-soldered circuit. With us one year later, she programmed an Arduino board to control her lamp- when it’s dark out, her lamp automatically turns on, and it’s off again as soon as the sun comes up!

Julia, now age 10: “In Electric Girls, I’ve made new friends, learned leadership and teamwork skills, and increased my interest and knowledge in STEM. It’s also helped me become a kinder and more helpful person in general.”

Our 5-week program is for girls like Julia who would thrive with this opportunity to ideate, prototype and build their own inventions, and become a confident leader in the process!

Here is What You Need to Know About the Program

Who: Electric Girls is for girls ages 9-14

When: Saturdays 9am-12pm // Nov. 5 – Dec. 10, excluding Thanksgiving weekend

Where: NOLA Fab Lab at Delgado Community College (Mid-City)

Cost: $450 (scholarships available)

Program Outcomes Include

  • Skills – girls learn the fundamentals of electronics, programming & design.
  • Badges – girls earn badges for learningEngineering for Girls New Orleans new skills and showing acts of leadership and kindness.
  • Mentorship – counselors are all female role models who foster a safe environment for girls to learn and explore.
  • Community- girls make friends and become a part of a growing community of young learners and leaders in technology!

Parent Testimonials

  • ”I liked that my daughter was exposed to things she hasn’t been exposed to before and that she came away with more confidence than she had about her ability to do these kind of things.”
  • “She loved the challenge, independence and reward of building something from nothing.”
  • “What I love about Electric Girls is the fearless exploration…”

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Click HERE to learn more and register!

Questions? Email maya@electricgirls.org or call  (323)497-0797. 


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