STEM Exploration Night
STEM Exploration Night
Register to be a part of First Annual STEM Exploration Night
STEM businesses and training programs are invited to register to be part of the first annual STEM Exploration Night!
STEM Exploration Night is an opportunity for all K-12 Federal Way Public Schools scholars and their families to learn about STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) career opportunities in our region, and identify a pathway to success in a STEM career.
The event will occur on February 23, 2017 from 5–7:30 p.m. at Federal Way High School, 30611 16th Ave. S. Federal Way, WA 98003. The deadline to register a booth is February 13, 2017.
Business and training booth registrants are welcome to click here to register for the first STEM Exploration Night.
For more information about the event, or to sign up as a scholar booth, contact Megan Walker at email@example.com, or 253-945-2149.
Many Opportunities to Get Involved
There will be three types of booth opportunities for businesses training programs, and scholars.
- The purpose of the business booths are to showcase STEM jobs in our region so that scholars can identify jobs in STEM fields that interest them. These booths should have information about what the business does, what kinds of STEM jobs there are, and what education, training, experience, and skills applicants for those jobs should have. If possible, please include some kind of hands-on or interactive module from your business to help scholars and their families understand what your business does. (The intent of this opportunity is not to solicit business.)
- The purpose of the training program booths are to help scholars prepare for the STEM jobs that interest them. These booths should have information about the degree, certificate, or other training programs offered, the types of STEM jobs graduates are prepared for, and what kinds of K-12 courses and experiences will prepare scholars for success in the program.
- The purpose of the scholar booths are to showcase STEM projects, activities, and opportunities available to scholars in our schools. These booths will include some kind of project or product and with scholars explaining what they did, what they learned, and how the experience is preparing them for a bright future.