Events

COMING EVENTS 

                                                                                  

THE 3rd ANNUAL MWSF MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND 

PUSH FOR EDUCATION 

                    "AN EVENING OF ARTS AND INSPIRATION"                                                                                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kick off Memorial Day Weekend with an evening of upscale entertainment through art and inspiration. The brand new Maxwell Center of Goldsboro will host this exciting event of art exhibitions, an art auction, spoken word and poetry, local goods exhibitions, as well as music and dancing. There will be an engaging, featured key note address and inspiring testimonials from local talent. Heavy hor d'oeuvres will be served and a full cash bar will be onsite.

The best part is that proceeds from this event will go towards scholarships for youth interested in pursuing careers in the science field! Be entertained with a purpose! Push for Education! We anticipate this event selling out so purchase your tickets today and contribute to the aspirations of our future. *Note that tickets at the door will be higher.

Donations are tax-deductible and can be made at www.minoritywomeninscience.org

MWSF 
Science in the Community Competition

Coming in 2021, we will kick off our first MWSF -Science in the Community Competition. This competition aims to highlight a local community-based issue and solution, through science.  These teams will consist of a collaborative effort amongst the student (team leader), parent, and teacher.

MWSF
Annual Banquet 2022

Our annual banquet hosted in late summer is our time to recognize and show our gratitude to our contributors. Awards will be presented to those contributors who exemplify dedication to aiding with and helping us shape our talent .

Coming Soon...
Interactive Web Workshops and BLOGs hosted/authored by
Dr. Aisha Terry MD, MPH 

News and Notes

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Mentee Spotlight

Ayomide Adeleye

Specialty:  Emergency Medicine

Residency: Baylor College of Medicine

Ayomide decided to pursue medicine due to her love of biology and learning about the human body. She is featured in April's edition of FORBES MAGAZINE. 

Ludia P. Burden 

Excellence in Education Grant to Sister Mentors of Washington, DC, a project of Eduseed Incorporated. 

 

 

We are seeking contributions to help us to support and expand our services to young minority women. 

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