The SUCCESS Conference prepares your child for STEM subjects and careers!

Welcome students! 

In our 24th year, the SUCCESS Conference is an annual event held each Spring where students in grades 5-12 in Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park Public Schools, are treated to a day of workshops with professionals working in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math industries.  In 2013 our conference was dedicated to Dr. Sally Ride, the first female American astronaut. (See the photos she autographed to the conference in 2003, displayed on the easel in the photo at left.)

Adults are welcome, too! 

Moms and Dads, educators and other professionals are welcome to join us. Not only do our more than 40 presenters provide great information to the kids, they offer workshops for adults, too.

For student/parent registration form, click below:

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For teacher or community leader/guest registration forms, please contact the Conference Committee:

successconference@juno.com

The first "Girls + Math + Science = SUCCESS!" Conference was in March of 1991 at Grace Metz Jr. High School in Manassas.  Through 1998 the conference continued annually at Metz, adding 2 conferences during both 1997 and 1998 to Fred Lynn Middle School in Woodbridge.  In 1999 and 2000, it was held at Fred Lynn Middle School only.  Louise Benton Middle was the "hostess" in 2001-2002 and Godwin Middle hosted us in 2003.  Since 2004, Marsteller Middle School in Bristow has been the annual site- making 2014 the 11th year there.

We would like to thank the presenters of our conference

                  SPARK, the Education Foundation for

                                                                              Prince William County Schools

                                    

 

 We would like to thank our corporate sponsors:

                                                                                     

 

 

 

 
 
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