Interested in what a career in science, technology, engineering or math might look like? Want to spend a day with women leaders in St. Louis, and see first-hand how they make an impact in their community through their careers in STEM fields?
Science is WHY | Women are WHY | You are HOW
Check out highlights from our 2017 inaugural event here!
2019 Registration has Re-Opened! Click here to secure your Spot!
Remember, paperwork for each student must be returned here no later than October 19th. Find your required forms below:
Group Registration Form (one per chaperone)
Student Code of Conduct
The full day's schedule and additional information will be communicated directly with chaperones and individual students who have registered.
What is Go Red Goes STEM?
A day-long event hosted by the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women team, aimed at inspiring girls to explore STEM outside the classroom and embrace being heart healthy. Participants will be exposed to some of St. Louis’ leading science, technology, and engineering companies as they showcase their innovative work. This event will consist of speed mentoring, breakout sessions led by top STEM-related organizations, and opportunities to make lasting connections with companies and women leaders. If you join us, you will walk away knowing the impact you can make through a career in STEM!
When | Wednesday, October 23rd from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Where | The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, 975 N. Warson Road, St. Louis, MO 63132
Questions | Email Us!
· All attendees must be at least 16 years old at the time of the event and identify as female.
· Students will need to collaborate with their school to ensure they have a chaperone accompany them to this event; they will also need to provide their own transportation.
2019 Go Red Goes STEM Presenting Sponsors:
What is YOUR Why?
Science is Why.
The American Heart Association’s Institute for Precision Cardiovascular Medicine will usher in the future of more precise medicine with better targeted and more effective treatments and prevention strategies.
Progress achieved through research has improved and extended millions of lives. But, many key questions remain unanswered. We are advancing groundbreaking new research which will unlock ways we can improve and save lives. We need scientists.
Technology is Why.
Innovations in computer science and science/medicine will lead to improvements in healthcare: better outcomes, lower costs, and increased engagement with patients.
The American Heart Association’s Center for Health Technology and Innovation brings together leading technology companies, industry experts and clinical thought leaders to advance innovation. We need innovation.
Engineering is Why.
Bringing together knowledge from many technical sources to develop new procedures or conduct research to solve clinical problems is critical to saving and improving lives.
Biomedical engineering combines engineering principles with medical and biological sciences to design and create equipment, devices, computer systems, and software used in healthcare. We need research.
Mathematics is Why.
To effectively answer where we are making the greatest impact, where our resources are optimally focused, and quantifiably measure the outcomes of our work, we must become a leader in evaluation, assessment, and modeling.
The American Heart Association’s Center for Health Metrics and Evaluation assesses and determines the gaps in data as well as trends in the social determinants of health, which will in turn help us to shape our programs and outreach. We need evaluation.
We Need You
Please join Amy Schwetz, CFO of Peabody and 2019 Event Chair at the 3rd Annual Go Red Goes STEM
Learn how you can support or attend this innovative community event
Email Us for more information
Bethesda Health | Crowe | Ernst & Young | Illinois American Water | Impact Group | KPMG | Tarlton | Webster University
Thanks to our local Go Red Goes STEM Sponsors:
Ernst & Young | HBM Holdings | Husch Blackwell | Mastercard | Moneta | Production Products | United Healthcare