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February 2018: Girl Scouts IP Patch Event

Updated: Oct 18, 2019

Rescheduled due to inclement weather, ChiWIP members helped over 20 Brownies earn their IP Patch and Innovator's Badge on February 24, 2018! The IP Patch (created by the USPTO and the IPO Education Foundation) for Girls Scouts was designed to increase awareness of the creation and protection of intellectual property across disciplines and particularly as it relates to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), for girls of all ages! Many thanks to our ChiWIP volunteers who led this event, and congrats to all our Brownies on their accomplishment!​



"My daughter went to today's Women in IP event for Brownies and loved it! She told me all about patents and trademarks during lunch. She showed me her notebook of inventions, and her copyrighted drawings. And as a bonus, she loved the swag bag.
It was so nice to hear her talking about these new topics. You certainly don't learn about IP in school but it's nice to open their eyes to something different and a practical, career-oriented application of school (similar to Junior Achievement, which I've taught in the past).
I really want to thank all of the women who gave of their time to both plan and execute this event. I know how long it can take to plan an effective event for Girl Scouts and I really appreciate how the women who ran this event had a well-thought-out set of activities for our girls. Thank you!"
- Parent of a Brownie
 

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