GRRRL GRIT Electronics Workshop


Girls Rock Campaign Boston, Science Club for Girls and The Possible Project are excited to come together to host our first-ever GRRRL GRIT Electronics Workshop!


Girls, in grades 6-12, will learn the basics of DIY electronics—including soldering, sourcing parts, using pre-fab kits, and customizing electronics enclosures. This is a fun, self-contained starter project, as well as a spring-board to building your own effects in the future. We’ll be working with a custom circuit board designed for GRCB!

Taught by incredible female musicians and mentors from Girls Rock Campaign Boston (GRCB), you will learn to make your own effects pedal to experiment with various instruments and create unique sounds. This simple circuit has one knob and will add grit to any guitar tone (or experiment with overdriving other sounds)! This is a great opportunity for girls and women to engage with science, technology, and music with a hands on, creative, project that will help girls and women make a lot of noise and connect with others in their community. No experience necessary, all equipment will be provided and you can take anything you make home with you!

Who: Open to all Female Identified Youth in 6th-12th grades
Limit of 24 participants, accepted on a first come, first served basis.

When: Sunday, April 30, 2017
Drop off time: 1:00PM
Pick Up Time: 4:00PM

Where: The Possible Project 107 Portland Street, Cambridge, MA 02139

This workshop is free of charge to all participants. No experience necessary!
Transportation will be not be provided.


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