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November 05 @ 10:00 AM

Meet + Mentor: An Inside Look at Pharmacy

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    Free – $5.00

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    November 05

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    10:00 AM - 01:00 PM

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Join us for an inside look at Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy!

This month, we’re teaming up with Lipscomb University Doctorate of Pharmacy students to give middle school girls across Nashville an inside look at exciting career options in the pharmaceutical industry.

Girls in grades 6 to 8 will have a chance to visit one of Nashville’s most prestigious university campuses, where we’ll tour the compound lab in the Burton Health Sciences Center, learn how to use a stethoscope and read a blood pressure, and put our chemistry knowledge to the test while making our own hand sanitizer. All of this–first hand with the guidance of young female pharmacists in training.

And, as always, the girls will leave with tons of prizes and goodies to remember the experience!

See you Saturday, November 5th! Click the share button and invite your classmates, friends and Girl Scout troop.

This is a drop-off event but parents must check in and out with their student(s) present.

Check in begins at 9:45 a.m. Check out is at 1:00 p.m.


About Meet + Mentor: An Inside Look

Inside Look is a monthly employer-sponsored mentoring event series that connects middle school girls with women professionals and male allies from Nashville’s top companies. With tech talks, panel discussions, hands-on projects and more, the program is designed to grow participants’ interest in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and related fields (STEM+) and help them learn more about careers at Nashville’s top companies, preparing them for college and career.

Inside Look is an extension of our Meet + Mentor program committed to supporting diversity in Nashville’s workforce and the STEM+ industry as a whole through community-building, speed mentoring and skills development activities. Each three-hour experience includes an exclusive employee-guided tour of the host company, its laboratory, plant and/or other facilities, exposes students to a myriad of STEM+ and non-STEM+ careers at the company, introduces what’s new in tech through a hands-on product demonstration or STEM+ activity, and shares sage advice about high school courses, internships and training programs, college scholarships, majors and other pertinent topics related to choosing a career pathway into the industry.

In addition, the host company gets to highlight its social impact in the lives of Nashvillians and the world. This program intentionally elevates women who are natural role models and leaders in the community through partnership with Corporate Social Responsibility, Employee Resource Groups and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion initiatives already working in our community.

RSVP today!

Note: We will no longer offer free-to-register programs and events. Free events, particularly during the COVID-19 era, carry extremely high no-show risks, thereby reducing our impact and risking our relationships with partners and sponsors who invest time, talent and treasure to deliver high-quality programming for our girls. To also ensure our girls the best experience possible, tagalongs are not permitted to attend events unless otherwise noted. A tagalong is defined as any child (i.e. sibling, non-registered friend) that does not meet the age and/or grade level requirement for the scheduled program or event.



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