Wings of Women Conference is September 22, 2012

 

 Registration for WOW is now closed. We are no longer accepting any more applications. If you missed your opportunity to join us this year and would like to join us for next year, please email mepps@iwasm.org to be placed on our WOW mailing list.

The Wings of Women (WOW) Conference is designed to engage middle school & high school females in the exploration of aviation & space careers through a day of speakers, hands-on activities, and the opportunity to take an EAA-sponsored Young Eagles flight at Burke Lakefront Airport. The conference partners the International Women’s Air & Space Museum with the National Aviation Hall of Fame and the EAA to present this opportunity to young women from the following counties in Northeast Ohio: Cuyahoga, Lake, Lorain, Medina and Summit. Initially developed by the National Aviation Hall of Fame in Dayton, Ohio, IWASM has partnered with them to bring WOW to the Cleveland. In 2012 IWASM will host its second Wings of Women Cleveland Conference September 22, 2012 from 9am to 4pm.

Female Students

If you are a young lady, or know a young lady, in grades 6-12 and would like to attend this conference please fill out and submit this application by September 12, 2012. There is a $20 registration fee for the conferece.

Female Mentors

Wings of Women would not be possible without the help from volunteer mentors. If you are a female working in the air & space fields and would like to participate in the conference as a mentor please fill out a mentorship application or call 216-623-1111 for more details.

Ways you can help: If you think WOW is a great idea and want to help we are in need of volunteers to help with event. Click here to view the volunteer flyer and positions available. We are also in need of the following- Old (months, not years please) Fashion, teen, Celebrity magazines.

First Annual Cleveland WOW Conference held by IWASM!

On Saturday September 24, 2011 we held our first annual WOW Conference (Wings of Women) made possible by Time Warner Cable, Inc. Over 80 girls attended this event, some coming from as far away as Detroit and West Virginia! With the help of our wonderful volunteer mentors, the girls learned about careers in STEM and aviation. The girls met with engineers, private pilots, commercial pilots, rocket scientists, military pilots and personnel, and more! Our closing speaker was pilot Becky Bauer who left the girls with the inspirational message of being persistent when achieving their dreams. Many of the girls returned the next day for Young Eagle flights conducted by members of the EAA. The event was a huge success thanks to all our volunteers, mentors, Ohio University Russ College of Engineering for providing lunch, and especially Time Warner Cable, Inc. Visit our Wings of Women Cleveland Facebook Page to view pictures from our First Annual WOW Conference.

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