Yes, breakfast will consist of muffins, bagels, pastries, and donuts. Coffee, juice, tea, and water will also be served. Lunch will be provided by JMU dining services.
If you find out that you or your daughter/student can no longer make the conference after applying, it is important that you email email@example.com to cancel your registration. Since we must prepare for each participant who registers, no-shows waste our limited financial resources and take spaces in workshops that could be filled with other interested participants. By canceling your registration if you cannot attend, you help us to accomodate more students and to keep EYH free for participants.
No. Due to the generosity of our sponsors, we are able to offer EYH free of charge to participants. Note that pre-registration is required for all students and accompanying adults.
Registration is done online by clicking the link to the left. Registration will begin approximately one month before the conference. Join our email list to be notified when registration is opened. See the contact page for instructions on joining our email list. You can also download the brochure and send in the registration form to the address on the form. Student participants must also either send a completed Release Form to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it in to the address on the form.
Each workshop will have one or more assistants in addition to the workshop leader. The assistants are undergraduate JMU students who have volunteered their time for the day. They will be available to help your daughter with workshop activities. We encourage a parent to attend the day so that they can have a special day with their daughter and learn new tools for supporting her studies in math and science.
Efforts are made to try to accommodate your daughter's/student's workshop preferences, and most participants get their top choices. But please realize that we have to accommodate many girls, so your daughter/student may be placed in a workshop that she may not have signed up for. And, she may discover a previously unknown interest in one of these workshops!
No, we do not honor requests to match girls with their friends. This conference is a great opportunity for the participants to meet girls from other schools and make new friends. Your daughter/student will be able to catch up with her friends during lunch or at the keynote address.
She will find out on the day of the conference.
We encourage parents/teachers to observe the workshops and participate when feasible, but students will be given the priority. We also have workshops planned just for parents and teachers that you are encouraged to attend.
We invite all girls in grades 6-10, and the workshops will be aimed at these grade levels. Ambitious 5th graders and highly interested 11th graders are also invited to attend!
If you attend EYH, you must act maturely and follow the directions and instruction provided by the faculty, JMU students, and facilitators of the conference. You must attend all of the events scheduled for you, including lunch. You must remain on the JMU campus from 9:30am until the end of the conference at 3:15pm.
EYH is a national program. Currently, there are no other such conferences in the state of Virginia. We hope that you find the participation in such a unique event worth the drive to JMU.
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