Girls in STEM Days Return to Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County on March 16 and 17

Girls ages 8-18 and their families can enjoy the STEMinist Fair, live presentations and discussions, a DJ, and interactive engagements
WHAT: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (NHM) invites girls ages 8-18 (and their families) to join  for the annual Girls in STEM Days on March 16 & 17. This weekend-long event provides an exciting opportunity for girls to participate in STEM activities and explore future career paths in a fun and engaging way.
During Women’s History Month, the Girls in STEM Days celebration will feature a STEMinist Fair in the Nature Gardens, where guests can meet and interact with local STEM-based organizations such as CSULB Shark Lab, L.A. Zoo, AOP Teen Climate Council, California Geological Survey, Pasadena Humane, Marine Mammal Care Center, SoCal Paleontological Society, L.A. County Public Works – STEAM, Roundhouse Aquarium, USC Palaeosciences, Girls in STEM Club, Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, and Society of Women Engineers at USC.
The weekend will also include live music, a scavenger hunt, giveaways, a photo booth, and the Women In STEM Stage, with presentations and discussions with various women in STEM careers. Girls in STEM Days is free for Members and free for non-members with general admission.
The Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County is developing a strategic, innovative approach to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) workforce development through work-based learning, mentorship, and applied skill building. STEAM pathways encompass the many varied types of work happening at our museums, such as research, informal education, creative design, finance, and operations. Learn more at
DAYS & HOURS: March 16 – 17, 2024, 11 AM – 3 PM