Ever make something that no one else has? Have a great idea that might save the world or at least 5mins from homework time? In our visit to Inventionaland, you can see the creative officespace where people design and build prototypes of inventions. Come see some inventions, visit some creative offices, watch a video about how an inventor's idea reaches the store shelves, brainstorm some invention ideas, and talk to some female STEM mentors from different fields. For over 20 years, Davison has helped everyday people prepare and present their ideas to corporations, manufacturers, and retailers forpossible licensing. Their exclusive idea to product method is responsible for more products in the stores than anyone else in this industry. Founder George Davison has spent his entire career creating our method that helps inventors and idea people chase their dreams at an affordable price. Davison will build your product idea into a working prototype or product sample that we can then present to a corporation. Mentor Jennifer Schaupp coordinates the tour schedule and then give the tours to schools, community groups, and paid inventors/clients. She is also a writer of invention/product summaries for the inventors/clients and prospective corporations as a well as the writer of a film about the history of the company to be shown during tours.Visit www.inventionland.com and www.davison.com for more information about Davison company and what you will see at their design facility, Inventionland.
Tour Your Future is a career exploration program that connects girls ages 11-16 with Pittsburgh-area institutions and gives them an opportunity to meet female professionals who work in those organizations. The program shows girls that they can find a place in science by introducing them to diverse STEM careers, from avian zoologists to accountants, software engineers to surgeons.
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The Girls, Math & Science Partnership's mission is to engage, educate, and embrace girls as architects of change. Working with girls age 11 - 17 and their parents, teachers, and mentors, we draw organizations, stakeholders, and communities together in an effort to ensure that girls succeed in math and science. GMSP is a program of Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA. Learn more atwww.BrainCake.org.
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