Dutchtown High - Pates Creek Elementary Girl Powered Workshop

Girl Powered

Event Code: RE-WORKSHOP-19-9991

Program: Workshops & Camps

Type of Event: Workshop

Capacity: 40 / Spots Open: 39

This event is closed to registration because:
  • It is past the registration deadline.

Refund Policy

This is a free event.

Emergency/Bad Weather Policy

We will contact all registrants to cancel in the event of bad weather or an emergency.


Please contact Tenneille Patterson if you are interested in being a guest speaker or volunteering.  tenneille.patterson@henry.k12.ga.us



The workshop will start at 6:30pm and conclude by 8:00pm.  

Introductions/Ice Breaker

Guest Speaker

Leadership Discussion

Design Challenge


Event Dates

Date: 10/08/2019


Pates Creek Elementary School
1309 Jodeco Rd.
Stockbridge, Georgia 30281
United States

Grade Level: All

Robot Skills Challenge Offered: No

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Tenneille Patterson
Title: TSA Advisor / Engineering Teacher
Email: tenneille.patterson@henry.k12.ga.us
Phone: 7705157510
Event Day Phone: 864-554-5758

Secondary Contact
Jasma Stevenson
Title: TSA Co-Advisor / Computer Science Teacher
Email: Jasma.Stevenson@henry.k12.ga.us
Phone: 7705157510
Event Day Phone: 7705157510

General Info

Stockbridge, GA – October 8, 2019 – Dutchtown High School's TSA chapter is proud to be one of the hundred Girl Powered workshops that will take place around the world during the month of October, coinciding with the United Nation’s International Day of the Girl. Now in its third year, this global initiative was created through a partnership between the Robotics Education & Competition (REC) Foundation and VEX Robotics, who are working to redefine the face of STEM and make robotics reflective of the world we live in, and the one we want to leave behind.

The Girl Powered workshops are meant to engage and inform young women about STEM, connect young women with mentors, highlight examples of how women are changing the world, provide tools for success, and offer an environment where all students’ confidence and abilities can flourish.

The Girl Powered workshop event will feature hands-on activities, robotics demonstrations, and a STEM guest speaker. 

How is Girl Powered making an impact? The answer might depend on who you ask. Across the robotics community, Girl Powered has enabled 350 new teams, captured personal stories from girls in robotics through an expanded online challenge, launched the Girl Powered Pledge, nearly tripled the number of workshops, and engaged dynamic female thought leaders at Girl Powered Connect events hosted at VEX Worlds.

For more information about the initiative visit GirlPowered.com.