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Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum
Pier 86 (46th Street and 12th Avenue), New York

Mar 09 2024

Intrepid Museum To Host 10th Annual Girls In Science & Engineering Day

Saturday, March 9

Pier 86, W 46th St, New York (located off the Hudson River by the West Side Highway

In-person event featuring hands-on experiences, exciting demonstrations and captivating discussions

Event is free with registration

The Intrepid Museum will celebrate women in science, technology, engineering and math at the 10th Annual Girls in Science and Engineering Day on Saturday, March 9, from 11:00am-3:00pm ET.

Adult-chaperoned teens, youth, school groups, and families of all ages are encouraged to attend the in-person event, which will feature hands-on experiences, exciting demonstrations and captivating discussions led by experts from Intrepid Museum, NASA Goddard, Cooper Union, the National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation Employees, Hudson River Park and more!

Guests are welcome to enjoy and explore the Museum throughout day.

The event is FREE with advance registration. Register here.

Girls in Science and Engineering Day is made possible with generous support from Craig Newmark Philanthropies, Glenn W. Bailey Foundation, Con Edison, The SAP NS2 Together Fund of Vanguard Charitable and Sam Darwish, Chairman & CEO of IHS Towers.

About the Intrepid Museum

The Intrepid Museum, a private non-profit, holds a special place in New York City’s cultural landscape. Founded in 1982 with the acquisition of the storied WWII aircraft carrier Intrepid—a National Historic Landmark and the centerpiece of its collection—the Museum welcomes over one million visitors annually from all around the world. Its mission is to promote the awareness and understanding of history, science and service through bold and immersive collections, exhibitions and programming in order to honor our heroes, educate the public and inspire future generations.

The Intrepid Museum’s dynamic exhibitions exemplify the intersection of history and innovation. Immersive fun, STEM and history are showcased through technological marvels such as Enterprise, the world’s first space shuttle, and Growler, the only nuclear-weapons-carrying submarine open to the public. The Museum’s one-of-a-kind experience also features dozens of military aircraft including fighter jets, a supersonic spy plane, and the Concorde, the world’s fastest commercial airliner, displayed in and around the legendary aircraft carrier, Intrepid, an awe-inspiring setting for an unforgettable adventure. But the true power of the Intrepid Museum extends beyond the mechanical marvels on display to all those whose stories of sacrifice, service and heroism bring history to life.

Guided by its core values of integrity, innovation, and inclusivity, the Intrepid Museum’s exhibits and programs are designed to provide a meaningful visitor experience for all. The Museum delivers nationally-recognized accessible programming to its audience with an emphasis on underserved communities, individuals with physical, cognitive, and sensory disabilities, including autism and dementia, and our veterans. Through its after-school, professional development, and STEM programs, the Museum educates and impacts more than 55,000 students each year.

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