In celebration of Massachusetts STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Week, North Shore Community College (NSCC), with support of STEM Starter Academy, will be hosting a STEM Night for middle and high school students, grades 7-12, and their families on Wednesday, October 19, 5-7 p.m. at NSCC’s Lynn Campus, 300 Broad Street.
Students will learn about opportunities in STEM and participate in fun, hands-on STEM activities such as: building a catapult and seeing how far you can make a ball fly; cracking a challenging logic puzzle; viewing a critter under a microscope and more! Snacks will be provided.
NSCC provides a broad range of STEM programs for students to earn associate degrees and certificates, earn credits to transfer towards a bachelor’s degree, and complete noncredit courses. Some of the many programs offered include Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, Information Technology, Computer Science, Natural Sciences, Animal Science, and Aviation. Check out all of the programs offered at North Shore Community College https://www.northshore.edu/academics/index.html
For questions, reach out to Ali Tateosian, Program Coordinator for STEM Starter Academy, at firstname.lastname@example.org