Exeter Area General Federation of Women's Clubs

Expanding Your Horizons




                                    May 3, 2014

                                       *** Registration is now closed***


All students need to submit a release form and mail to: 

     EYH Conference, P.O. Box 24, Exeter, NH  03833.  

For MANDATORY release form, 




NH Seacoast Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is an all day conference designed to immerse young women who are in 6th – 8th grades in hands-on experiences in science, math, engineering and technology.  Professional women from math and science related fields facilitate workshops, talk about their careers, and serve as role models for the participants.

EYH presents science in a way that is fun, educational, and relevant to daily life.  The conference includes an inspiring keynote speaker, hands-on workshops and closing ceremony.  All activities take place at the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham, NH.

The conference is free to all participants thanks to volunteers and corporate sponsors who believe in the advancement of women in the areas of math and science.



Goals of the Conference

  • to provide young women with opportunities to meet and interact with positive women role models who are active in math and science related careers;
  • to involve young women with limited opportunities for success in positive experiences in mathematics and science;
  • to increase the interest of young women in math and science by providing exciting and fun hands-on learning experiences;
  • to encourage young women to study as much math and science as possible by showing them the benefits of education and its relevance in their lives;
  • to foster awareness of career opportunities in science and math related careers.    




Hands-on workshops provide a “can-do” experience that is too often missing in traditional science and mathematics classes.

At EYH, girls see dedicated professional woman working with their hands and then emulate them. Personal involvement and appropriate encouragement give the participants a positive sense of their capabilities.

Workshops are designed to empower young women in the sciences.  They offer the opportunity to challenge personal limits and set new goals.


9:00            Check-In begins - lobby

                Refreshments - Cafeteria

9:30            Breakfast and ice breaker

      10:00            Welcome & Key Note Speaker
    Christy Zuzelo, IT Product Manager, Fidelity Center  for Applied Technology  "Emerging Technology Trends: Wearable Computing and Human Powered Data"

      10:30            Workshop Session I

      11:30            Workshop Session II

      12:30            Lunch (provided)

1:30            Workshop Session III

2:30            Workshop Session IV

3:30            Closing Activity and prizes

4:00            Parent Pick-up

workshops are assigned on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVED basis.



Join parents and educators for an informative day with presentations regarding hot teen topics such as internet safety and paying for your child's education.


9:00 – Check-in and refreshment

9:45 – Join the students for welcome and keynote Address

Morning Adult Program

- "Funding Your Daughter's Education" with Kathleen Thomas,                         Ameriprise Financial

- “Girls in the Media" with Sarah Shanahan, Media Power Youth

 Lunch (provided)-panel of EYH Alums and STEM college students

Afternoon Adult Program

-“Cyber Bullying" with Maura Zigmont

3:30 - Join the students for closing remarks

contact US:

Exeter Area - GFWC

PO Box 24, Exeter, NH 03833



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