A Kick-Off to Long-Term Learning
Download the 2017 – Raleigh Experience Flyer
This event is designed for high school students and geared towards upperclassmen. This one fast-paced day can open the doors for long-term engagement in STEM learning. After showcase activities and an opening ceremony, students attend the STEM workshop of their choosing. Each workshop addresses different STEM-related concepts and skills but all address a key aspect of the innovation process. Students will be exposed to a variety of career paths in government, economic and cultural spheres of society.
Each workshop feeds into an optional Innovators-in-Training Challenge that invites students to continue the engagement in the weeks following the event. Resources are provided so this can be 100% student-led (though mentoring always helps). All entries will receive feedback through the National STEM League website. Top entries earn awards.
Thanks to Partners & Sponsors
Our special thanks goes to the U.S. Army for sponsoring the tour and for being such inspiring mentors and role models for our students. Thanks to North Carolina State Fairgrounds for hosting this event. Thanks Don Schumacher Racing, Learn Fresh and Couragion for inspiring our students and educators and Partners in STEM for building sustainability through partnerships and support for students and educators.
9 AM – 1:00 PM on Tuesday, November 14th, @ North Carolina State Fairgrounds
By registering now, you reserve:
- Space for your high school students (no wait-list),
- Travel stipend (stipends are pre-approved for early registrants)
- Up to $5,200 in curriculum/materials sponsorship if your school also registers 40 or more students
- T-Shirts & Lunch
Contact us at info@ten80education or toll-free at 1-855-836-8033 x 1 with questions.
RSVP for VIP Breakfast
Download the 2017 – Raleigh Tour VIP Breakfast Flyer
Register ONLINE Here for the VIP Breakfast. Each attendee must register.
Whether you are bringing students or not, join our team and other regional influencers to share ideas, best practices and to maximize our collective impact in helping students engage in, love and learn from STEM education opportunities.
RSVP to email@example.com so we can make sure there are enough coffee and pastries.
Want to Help?
Contact us, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll-free 1-855-836-8033 x 1 to talk about how you can support students who are working on their STEM Challenges at the event or in the following weeks and months.