EYH 2016 is Saturday, November 19

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What is
Expanding Your Horizons?

Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a one-day conference held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for around 400 middle school aged (6-8th grade) girls from south-central Wisconsin. As part of a small group, each girl attends three career sessions as well as the opening session and closing activity.

Middle school-aged girls come to Expanding Your Horizons conferences to learn about the wide range of career options for women in science, technology, engineering and math. Through hands-on workshops and visits to work places, they find out what it's like to work in different careers. Student participants have a chance to interact with professional women who work in a variety of fields. And they have a chance to meet other girls who share their interests.

"I think its a cool program and would do it again in a heartbeat!" - EYH alumna

How do I get my daughter involved?

Its easy! Fill out the registration form including payment ($35 per girl) and send a completed copy to:

Attn: Heather Daniels
270 Bascom Hall
500 Lincoln Drive
Madison, WI 53706

Download and print registration forms here:

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If you have questions regarding EYH registration please call Mallory at 608-262-4932

You will receive a registration confirmation in the mail shortly after receipt of the registration form. Please do not assume that your daughter is registered unless you receive written confirmation that a place has been reserved for her.

The cost of the conference is $35 per registrant and includes all conference sessions, a catered lunch, a participation memento, plus accident insurance for students. Full and partial scholarships are available.

If your daughter has a disability and requires special accommodations, please advise us when you register. Requests are confidential. UW-Madison provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX requirements.

Help spread the word! Print and post the
2016 EYH poster.