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Please see the announcement from the SWE below:


Join the Women  in Penn Engineering for a virtual Engineering Majors Panel  on Friday, April 16th, from 4:30-5:30 pm. This event will be a panel with female college students of various engineering majors. The panelists will be able to answer questions about classes and opportunities available in each major, explain how they picked their majors,

and offer advice for high school students considering studying engineering. We hope that the high school students will be able to learn about the many different paths female engineers might take, and we hope to encourage aspiring female engineers to pursue similar interests in college.


We would love for your students to attend this event. If this is something your students would be interested in, we would really appreciate it if you could share the following registration form with them: The Zoom link for the event will be sent out on April 15th to participants who have registered by then. We have also attached a flyer for the event below. If your students have any questions, please tell them to reach out to









Join us as Anthony Picozzi, Medical Student at Drexel, shares his journey to Medical School with our students.


March 25, 2021 at 3:30 PM

For access to this presentation, please contact Mrs. Antoni  at


Building Bridges through STEM®

Railroad Clearance Improvements along the CSX Trenton Line

Presented by:
Christopher W. Wright, PE

Vice President

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Webinar hosted by Springfield Township High School

along with Lansdale Catholic High School and

Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School

Ms Kathy Stanwood presents on Environmental Science as a career and academic major.

Manager at Enviroplan Consulting

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  •  Economics and STEM
Dr. E.J. Antoni, LC grad 2006, discusses environmental economics in our Environmental Science Class.
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CABE Scholarship Day

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High School Seniors are Invited to
Scholarship Day 2019

Saturday, November 16 • 9 am
Jefferson East Falls Campus

Come to our open house and join the College of Architecture and the Built Environment for our first-ever Scholarship Day! Be a part of Jefferson while collaborating with other prospective students and Jefferson faculty for the opportunity to win a full-tuition scholarship to Thomas Jefferson University! This scholarship is only available for current high school seniors.



How to Participate: 

1. Submit an application for admission by November 16, 2019 

2. Attend and participate in the College of Architecture and the Built Environment's Scholarship Day 

3. Submit the following items by December 6, 2019: 
Supporting application materials (high school transcript, test scores, essay and letter of recommendation) and the Scholarship Day follow-up assignment 


The winner of the full-tuition scholarship will be notified by December 18, 2019. 

Please share with any current high school seniors!

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TechGirlz Launches Girls In Tech Summit Produced “For Girls, By Girls”April 25, 2020

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The changing nature of work in America and the country’s corresponding shortage of technology workers continues to inspire a rising number of girls and women to pursue technology-related instruction and careers. As part of its year-long tenth anniversary celebration, nonprofit TechGirlz today unveiled the Girls in Tech Summit to help accelerate this trend while also reporting that it has reached a milestone 20,000th student in its programs far earlier than originally expected.

Produced for girls, by girls, the inaugural Girls in Tech Summit will take place April 25, 2020 in Philadelphia, PA with a deep focus on technology instruction and mentorship. The Summit will also feature many of the tech community’s most innovative and enterprising girls and their achievements. All speakers and attendees will be middle or high school girls with an interest in tech and entrepreneurship.

Young women aged 12-19 interested in presenting on technology topics, trends, or their own creations are invited to submit a speaking proposal by January 30, 2020. All submissions will be reviewed by the TechGirlz Teen Advisory Board for selection within three general tracks: 1). Tech Entrepreneurship, 2). Fun and Games, and 3). How it Works.

For more information or to submit an idea, please visit www.girlsintechsummit.comClick here to learn how you can sponsor Girls in Tech Summit.

For more Information contact: 
Mary Antoni
STEM Coordinator 
215 362 6160 ext 1790
Special Thanks to Dr. Yvette Loethen for her presentation on detecting Fake Drugs using Raman Spectroscopy. Yvette is a 1997 graduate and was a member of the cross country team under Mr. Probert.
Leading the way in innovation, our Java programming class explored a STEM field trip to Villanova's immersion CAVE
Special Thank You to Harvard Dental School Graduate, Dr. Daniel Cassarella, who presented a STEM lecture to the AP Biology class. 
Mr. Anthony Garcia provides a special opportunity to discover the many options with computer science and the ever changing technology market.