Outreach instructor doing a STEM activity with two teenage girls.

More information about Go Eng Girl

The much-anticipated event, Go Eng Girl, will take place on Saturday, September 17 at the University of Ottawa’s Main Campus. 

Girls in grades 7 to 12 will have the chance to learn more about the many fields of engineering with a focus on app development, web development, and entrepreneurship. 

During the day, girls will participate in many workshops and activities, get to meet the 2022 uOttawa Schulich Award Recipient, Amanda Doku, talk with professionals of the industry and asks questions to the finalist’s team of the Technovation Global Challenge, Daniella and Bianca Almeida.

Amanda Doku

Amanda Doku

2022 Schulich Leader

Amanda Doku is starting her bachelor in Biomedical Mechanical Engineering in September 2022.

Bianca & Daniella Almeida

Bianca & Daniella Almeida

Technovation Global Challenge 2022 Finalists

Bianca and Daniella Almeida are high school students who took Introduction to Computer Studies – ICS2O (Technovation) course at the Faculty of Engineering Secondary School. Following the course, they became finalists of the Technovation Global Challenge.

Najah Mary El-Gharib

Najah Mary El-Gharib

Teacher, ICS2O

Najah Mary El-Gharib teaches the Introduction to Computer Studies – ICS2O (Technovation) course at the Faculty of Engineering Secondary School.

Date and time

September 17, 2022

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Location

SITE Building, uOttawa

Language

English and French

Who is this event for?

Girls and non-binary youth, from grade 7 to 12