Volunteering with our students is more than a nice thing to do. Engaging with industry professionals allows students to visualize themselves in STEM careers. Receiving feedback on their work helps develop perseverance and other essential 21st century skills.
May 23rd @ Franklin Park Zoo
9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
The Launch Showcase is for Animal Adaptations and Stability & Motion: Forces & Interactions students to present their tiger rescue and unique shoes projects. Elementary school students will present their animal and zoo inspired projects to New England Zoo staff and STEM industry professionals Join us as an industry judge to share your experience by interacting with student teams and providing feedback on their projects!
June 4th @ Merck Research Laboratories
9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The final project of Design & Modeling course challenges middle school students to design, test, and fabricate an adaptive toy for a child with cerebral palsy. At the showcase, students present their projects to doctors and patients of the cerebral palsy unit of Boston Children’s Hospital and engineers. Join us as an industry judge to share your experience by interacting with student teams and providing feedback on their projects!
Mass STEM Hub Classroom Volunteer
Ongoing @ Local PLTW Classrooms Near You
Would you and your colleagues like to work with teachers and students in their classrooms during the school year?
Contact Andreina Parisi-Amon by emailing, email@example.com to be connected to local schools near you!