Shell High School Girls Day
Held each Spring during Women's History Month, the Shell High School Girls Day is an outreach and recruitment event, hosted by the OU chapter of Society of Women Engineers and the OU Women in Engineering Program, and provides the opportunity for prospective high school women to engage with faculty from various engineering disciplines, and interact with school administration, staff, academic advisors and current students.
This program, hosted by OU Society of Women Engineers and the OU Women in Engineering Program and sponsored by Shell. The event provides high school girls with hands on STEM learning experiences in different engineering disciplines as well as the opportunity to talk to professors, college advisors and OU students.
Current high school girls in the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade in the spring of this academic year should apply. African American, Hispanic/Latina, American Indian/Alaskan Native and or First Generation students are strongly encouraged to apply; however, the program considers all applicants.
Shell High School Girls Day will be held at the OU ExxonMobil Lawrence G. Rawl Engineering Practice Facility (REPF) at 850 S. Jenkins Ave. in Norman 73019.
It is recommended that you drop off your students at the west side of Sarkeys Energy Center, located on Jenkins Ave. just south of Boyd St.
Parking is available in the parking lot of the Lloyd Noble Center 2900 S. Jenkins Ave. Please hop on one of the buses to be transported to the main campus, where volunteers will direct you to the REPF building. For smaller vehicles, parking is provided in the Union Parking Garage at 900 Asp Ave.