Scientific Citizens Services and Classes:
- Girls Driving for a Difference workshops (an tween-age introduction to Design Thinking, developed by graduates of Stanford University’s Design School) in the Greater Nashville area.
Find Your Drive! participants will identify their leadership style and unique skills, and marry those with a community or world issue they’re passionate about, to create their very own Mission Statement! This high-energy workshop encourages BIG DREAMS and BOLD IDEAS.
2. Looking for fantastic life-skills workshops for kids? Megan is a skilled Smart Kids 101 facilitator, and can bring Polite Kids 101 classes (ideal for kids ages 7-11), Safe Kids 101 (ages 9-12), and Babysitting 101 (ages 11-14) to your troop, youth group, school, or community center. Workshops are typically 2 – 4.5 hours and suitable for a group of 6-15 students.
Sign up HERE for SmartKids classes offered in February/March 2018 at the Williamson Co. Rec Center in Franklin! (Babysitting 101 on Saturday Feb. 24, and PoliteKids 101 on Saturday March 3)
Safe Kids 101 on Sunday April 15 from 1:45-5:00 pm, $35 Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/safe-kids-101-april-15-tickets-41323204818
Polite Kids 101 on Saturday May 5 from 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, $35 Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/polite-kids-101-may-5-tickets-41322948050
Summer 2018 Dates:
(Note back-to-back sessions on Tuesday May 29, and Tuesday July 17. Attend both classes in a single day! Light lunch is served during Polite Kids, so just send a snack and water bottle.)
3. True Colors workshops (tailored to either adult or youth participants) to grow personal awareness of leadership styles, and foster communication and understanding in teams.
Scientific Citizens also offers custom project management to suit your needs. Megan Davis has extensive experience in
- scaling educational programs to national reach
- convening and leading professional learning communities
- developing and leading trainings for adults and/or youth (certified Weikart YPQA External Assessor)
- planning conferences and special events
- marketing and communications to support launch through sustaining
- researching and preparing grant proposals, literature reviews, and summary reports
Megan’s specific areas of interest include
- Gender Equity and Female Empowerment
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
- Design Thinking and the Engineering Design Process
- Financial Literacy
- Leadership and Personal Strengths Development
- Read more about the value of training role models before engaging in STEM Outreach.