The Wellesley Education Foundation’s STEM Expo, which is free and open to the public, will take place on Saturday, April 8, this year. The Expo will be another fun-filled day to inspire the community and bring science, technology, engineering and math to life.
Building on the success of the first two STEM Expos, there will be more than 100 hands-on interactive exhibits and an assortment of in-depth workshops touching on a wide range of STEM fields. The event will feature an engaging keynote speaker, who will appeal to a broad age range. It will also provide an opportunity for high school students to interact with STEM professionals. New this year will be a “hackathon” for high school and middle school students and a sustainability challenge targeting elementary school students.
The Expo planning group is currently seeking sponsors, exhibitors, and volunteers. Those with any thoughts or ideas, or those would like to get involved, contact email@example.com.
For more information, including a complete listing of previous exhibits and workshops, visit www.wellesleyeducationfoundation.org.