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Facebook Reboot

Project Scientist
Laguna Beach, CA, USA
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Laguna Beach, CA, USA

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Posted September 9th

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What We Need
  • Feedback on current Facebook page design, past content, and engagement strategy
  • Update of the organization’s Facebook page, including creation of a compelling profile
  • A document outlining a content plan and engagement strategy for the organization’s Facebook page
  • Suggestions for style, tone, and types of content to showcase on the Facebook page
  • Best practices for using Facebook to implement campaigns and build an online community
What We Have In Place
  • We currently have 3,036 facebook likes and 3,207 followers, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have great content all year long, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $3,750 , allowing us to inspire and serve 14 STEM girls.

The success of our organization depends on customers (parents of STEM girls). Without your help, we cannot reach these parents and inform them of our product. Your skills will empower us to serve tens of thousands of STEM girls annually.

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Project Scientist
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Our Mission

Our mission is to expose a diverse population of young girls to a high-quality STEM academy that inspires confidence in their pursuit of learning throughout the year.

Our vision is to originate a diverse STEM talent pool by building confidence for over 20,000 girls by 2022.

What We Do

Through engagement of top STEM companies, universities, teachers and hands on curriculum our girls discover the endless opportunities available to them in STEM. At Project Scientist, we currently hold virtual lab sessions in which girls can build relationships with women in STEM fields, experienced teachers, and each other. In each session, girls are introduced to various STEM topics and participate in hands-on experiments led by their teachers.