Girl Scout Day is an annual event run by the Society of Women Engineers at West Virginia University that introduces Girl Scouts to STEM fields. The identity for the 2016 event was based around four women SWE found to be influential to the history of the STEM; Sally Ride-astronaut, Clara Barton-Red Cross founder, Rachel Carson-scientist, and Debbie Sterling-creator of Goldieblox. Each of these women were visually represented with imagery related to their field. All events of the day were themed around these women. There were over 300 Girl Scouts in attendance.