Build Bonds Through a Trivia Game That Supports STEM Programs for Young Girls
Play a STEM-themed game against your colleagues inspired by the TV show "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?" while supporting educational programs for girls.
1-1.25 hours
Online
5 to
English
Austin, Texas, United States
Best to book 2 weeks in advance

What you’ll do

From its offices across Texas, Boston, and California's Bay Area, this nonprofit engages over 1,500 young girls around the country despite the limitations posed by the global pandemic. They are now seeking eager participants like you to enjoy a virtual lunch and team-building session based on the popular TV show "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?" which will showcase what the nonprofit’s beneficiaries are currently learning.

During this fun and engaging activity, you'll be competing against your colleagues by answering questions pulled directly from the nonprofit's nationally recognized hands-on, informal STEM education programs. The game will involve five categories with four questions each, and they'll be read aloud and shown on-screen for you and your teammates to answer together in breakout rooms.

Winners will be decided based on an answer and scoring sheet provided by the nonprofit. 

Agenda:

  • Introduction and Organization Presentation (5 minutes)
  • Rules and Mechanics (5 minutes)
  • Trivia Game Proper (35-50 minutes)
  • Conclusion and Wrap-Up (5 minutes)

What to bring

  • Pen and paper

What else you should know

  • Please be aware that participants will be competing against one another. The nonprofit's beneficiaries will not be present.
  • This experience will be conducted over Zoom. Before the event you will receive a link for the call. Participants will be encouraged to have their cameras on during the experience.

How you’ll make an impact

Education
Youth Development
Women & Girls
Your contribution will allow eight young girls to foster and harness their interest in the STEM field in a safe, encouraging, and nurturing community.

This nonprofit aims to increase young girls' interest and engagement in STEM through innovative, research- and standards-based education, and mentorship programs designed to promote their success in the field.

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