Help create the future. We can’t do it without you! If you are a bonafide STEAM girl, or you just want to check it out and learn more about science, technology, engineering, arts and math, please come out for this action-packed, fun-filled day of hands-on activities and connecting with inspiring STEAM women!


IGNITE passions in our girls to see themselves as changemakers and leaders in STEAM.

EXPLORE STEAM fields of study and career avenues using engaging hands-on workshops, speakers, breakout sessions, and panel discussions from local and national presenters on how STEAM serves the world.

IDEATE using innovation and problem-solving skills to develop solutions for design challenges, programming & robotics, an escape room and more!

LAUNCH our young women to the larger communities of women in STEAM by linking them to a network of positive female role models.

Schools and groups from Orange County, Los Angeles and San Diego: consider sending a delegation of girls!  Girls in grades 4-6 will need a school cheperone or parent.  Girls in grades 7-12 may attend independently. For SMES students, the conference teacher/leaders will serve as the school chaperone.
Please contact Dr. Jennifer Ross-Viola, St. Margaret’s STEAM Fellow, to join the Girls in STEAM mailing list and for more information on attendance and participation.

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    Jennifer Ross-Viola 

    US Science; STEAM Fellow
    (949) 661-0108 x1329
The 2019 Girls in STEAM Symposium was a tremendous success welcoming over 200 future “Women in STEAM,” and an incredible slate of inspiring STEAM leaders who came together to engage in conversations about STEAM fields, share experiences and expertise, experiment in hands-on activities, and build a STEAM network of mentorship throughout Southern California.

Please click here to read a story about the 2019 Girls in STEAM Symposium, view photos and see the full program.

Sponsorship Opportunities

St. Margaret’s Episcopal School is proud to be hosting the Girls in STEAM Symposium

From title sponsorship, to swag donations, and everything in between, if you would like to support girls in STEAM, let us know and we can create an opportunity for your business or organization. All supporters will be recognized at the event. Please reach out to us to start the conversation about your involvement.


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    Jonathan Tufo 

    Executive Director of Advancement
    (949) 661-0108 x1318

Getting Here / Parking

St. Margaret's Episcopal School is located in San Juan Capistrano just off Interstate 5. Exit 82 onto Ortega Highway (CA-74), proceed east approximately 1/4 mile and turn right onto La Novia Avenue. The school will be on your immediate right at 31641 La Novia Avenue. Enter at the second driveway. When you arrive on campus, directional signage will aid you in parking in school lots and walking to the Girls in STEAM Symposium location. Registrants will be emailed details and a campus directional map in advance of the event.

An independent preschool through grade 12 college-preparatory day school in Orange County, California
St. Margaret’s Episcopal School
31641 La Novia Avenue
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
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