STEM Journey – Ocean Discovery – March 28, 2015 – Noon to 4PM – Cape Cod Community College
Cape Cod & Islands Council, Boy Scouts of America in collaboration with Cape Cod Community College, the Cape Cod Regional STEM Network and the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society & PID Analyzers. LLC, will be hosting the Second Annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Journey event at Cape Cod Community College on March 28, 2015 from noon to 4PM.
The theme this year is Ocean Discovery: Great White Sharks to Deep Ocean Exploration. The program will feature keynote presentations by Dr. David Gallo – Director of Special Projects at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and the ever-popular Dr. Greg Skomal – Senior Biologist from Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries.
Numerous other organizations including the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies, the National Marine Life Center in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Greenbrier Nature Center, Cambridge Science Festival’s Science in the Streets, Suffolk University, the American Chemical Society, OceansWide from Maine, Lewis Bay Research Center, SeaBotix and NOAA Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary will be participating. Specific activities will include a science café with interactive demonstrations including a sonar-matching marine archeology activity presented by NOAA Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, Lego WeDoBuild, Squishy Circuits and Roominate Doll House as well as presentations from science, technology and engineering professionals about their career paths for students in high school. There will be several merit badge opportunities for Boy and Girl Scouts including Chemistry and Oceanography in the morning session.
The event is open to the public and will be specifically marketed to students Cape-wide in grades K-12 as well as to Boy and Girl Scouts on the Cape and Islands and Southeastern Mass. Our award-winning 2014 STEM Journey had over 750 attendees and this year’s program is likely to attract around 1000. You can read more about last year’s event at: http://www.nesacs.org/pub_nucleus/2014/Dec14.pdf.
You are invited to be part of this program. There is no cost to exhibitors, presenters or participants.There is space available in the science café and for presenters who would like to share their career experiences with high school students. This will be a great opportunity to share information about your business or organization with potential employees or members!
Sponsorships from educational, technology, engineering and community organizations are also needed.
This is an excellent opportunity to support educational excellence on Cape Cod and the Islands.
C. Eben Franks – Boy Scout STEM Committee Chair – firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Riley – Cape Cod and Islands Council - Scout Executive - email@example.com
Dr. Jack Driscoll - NESACS PR Chair - firstname.lastname@example.org