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- Local High-School Students Organize MAHacks Hackathon at MIT
- More Recommendations for Holiday STEM Gift Ideas
- Newton Free Library STEM Events in December
- BostonTechMom: Tech Events for Kids in December
- Empow Studios: Holiday Coding Workshop, Dec. 6
- Science Club for Girls Seeks Your Votes to Win Yelp Funding
- Catalyst Conversations: Music and Math, Dec. 8
- Register for Science on Saturday (Robotics) at MIT Lincoln Labs, Dec. 10
- MITS: 2017 STEM Professional Development Seminars
- MIT Women’s Summer Technology Program for High-School Juniors
Yesterday MAHacks sponsored a Local Hack Day at MIT’s Stata Center, organized by five high-school students — Aman of Needham and Anisha of Weston (in photo) along with Midori of Newton, Izzy of Weston, and Justin from Winchester — coached … Continue reading
Boston Tech Mom builds on her recent list of recommended STEM-oriented gifts with a blog post about Project Lead The Way’s recommended STEM gifts focused on engineering and computer science. Eric Olson recommends that you consider the wide range of STEM educational … Continue reading
The Newton Free Library offers these STEM-related events in December: December 4 & 18: Teen Coding Meetups, 2:30PM, for students in Grades 6-12 who already understand core elements of coding. No registration required. Bring a laptop if you can. December … Continue reading
The BostonTechMom blog offers its December list of technology-oriented events for kids in the Boston area, with a rather comprehensive list of Girls Who Code clubs in the area.
To celebrate Hour of Code, Empow Studios in Lexington will host a Holiday Coding Workshop for Grades 2-8 on December 6, 6:30-8PM — during Lexington’s Gals & Pals Night Out for local shopping. The cost is $25 per child.
Science Club for Girls is a finalist for receiving between $2,000 and $5,000 from the Yelp Foundation. You can vote once each day through December 9 to help SCFG win the top prize — enough to fund one SCFG club … Continue reading
Catalyst Conversations will present a discussion, Music and Math, on December 8, 7-8PM at MIT’s List Visual Arts Center (20 Ames Street in Cambridge). Admission is free, registration is required, and a suggested donation of $25 is appreciated.
Registration is now open for two Saturday-morning sessions of Science on Saturday, on December 10 at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory (244 Wood Street in Lexington). The topic will be Robotics, presented by Members of Robotics Outreach at Lincoln Laboratory (ROLL). All children (5-17 years) … Continue reading
The Museum Institute for Teaching Science will hold a series of professional-development seminars — for staff, volunteers, and other museum professionals — at Clark University in Worcester on January 25, February 16, March 16 and April 12 The cost is $40 per … Continue reading
Applications are now being accepted until January 15 for the MIT Women’s Technology Program — a rigorous, four-week summer program (June 24-July 22) for female high-school students entering Senior year next fall. The program is designed for those who love and excel … Continue reading