Join us on Saturday March 3, 2018 from 11am-3:30pm at Sandwich High School for STEM Journey V. This event is organized by the Cape and Islands Boy Scouts Council of America, the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, PID Analyzers, LLC and Sandwich STEM Academy.
Opening ceremonies will begin promptly at 1100hrs and the US Air Force will present Colors.
STEM Journey V is a free, all-ages general public event hosted by Sandwich STEM Academy at Sandwich High School, featuring hands-on science, technology, engineering and math activities and demonstrations, led by area stakeholders including educators, business owners and New England area colleges and universities. Having the participation of colleges and universities at STEM Journey gives high school students an opportunity to be exposed to the STEM fields of study and carrer paths that these institutions offer. STEM-related middle and high school student projects will be showcased, upcoming STEM workshops and camps will be promoted and supplemental resources for STEM Education in the classroom and for home schoolers, will be available.
The Keynote Address on "Robotics in the 21st Century" will be delivered by Andrew Reichel at 1:15pm. Andrew is a Mashpee High School graduate and Robotics Engineer at iRobot.
Opening Remarks will be given at 1pm by Dr. Dorothy Phillips, member of the American Chemical Society board of directors on the topic: “Women in STEM”. #womeninscience
The mission of STEM Journey is to engage and excite grade K-12 students in Southeastern Massachusetts to pursue a study of and ultimately a career in, science, technology, engineering and math through the exploration of STEM related activities, potential college majors and the lecture related to a successful career in STEM. Additionally, STEM Journey seeks to educate and inform the public about educational and technological trends in STEM fields through its exhibition partners and exceptional lectures.
Contact Jennifer Maclachlan at email@example.com about the STEM Journey V event.And check out our Facebook page at facebook.com/STEMJourney