📌 STEPS to REGISTER for workshops:

  1. Find a workshop near you.
  2. Check the age requirements.
  3. Ask an adult to help you sign up.
  4. Mark the dates and times on your calendar.
  5. Collaborate with family to attend the workshop.

💻 Workshops are:

free & hands-on & project-based & STEM related & introductory to advanced & 25 minutes to six hours long & fun & rewarding.

✨ Workshops

Make An App!

Date: November 22, 2020

Time: 1-4 PM Eastern Time (New York)

Location: Virtual

Use MIT App Inventor to develop apps that solve public and environmental health challenges. Apps will be published in the Google Play Store.

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Makings of a Leader

Date: July 15 - August 15, 2020

Grades: 9-12

Location: Virtual

Learn and exercise leadership skills through a 4-week virtual workshop for students. Grow your network, career insights, and portfolio.

Micro:Bit Lightshow

Date: May 9, 2020

Grades: all grades

Location: Virtual

Code and simulate your own light show with animated LEDs using the micro:bit drag-and-drop block coding environment. Email us your project for a shoutout!

Website Design

Date:  April 2, 2020

Grades: all grades

Location: Virtual

Design a one-page website about sustainability or your future career using HTML and CSS. Email us your website for a shoutout!

Robotic Arm

Date: March 10-12, 2020

Grades: 5-9

Location: Portage, IN

Build and program a 3-axis robotic arm using an Arduino to complete autonomous challenges. Learn about electronics and the engineering design process.

Advanced Video Game Design

Date: February 25-27, 2020

Grades: 4-9

Location: Portage, IN

Develop complex video games which include multiple challenge levels and advanced game mechanics. Video games help solve environmental challenges.

App Inventor

Date: January 14-16, 2020

Grades: 4-9

Location: Portage, IN

Use MIT App Inventor drag-and-drop programming to develop apps that solve good health and well-being challenges. Apps will be published in the Google Play Store.

Beginner Video Game Design

Date: November 12-14, 2019

Grades: 4-8

Location: Portage, IN

Learn about computer science, program robot friends around a maze, and create video games that help solve urban challenges.

2019: MAY

Date: May 13-30, 2019

Grades: 6-9

Location: Portage, IN

A jam-packed 15-day spring camp for middle school students to learn about computer science basics, create video games and apps, design a website, and build and program with circuits.

2018: NOVEMBER

Date: November 1-21, 2019

Grades: 4-8

Location: Portage, IN

A fun-filled 15-day fall camp for elementary and middle school students to learn about computer science basics, create video games and apps, and build and program with circuits.

⚡ Community Events

For Everyone

We believe STEM is for everyone. In addition to workshops, our events marked "for everyone" are inclusive of all genders and ages -- bring the whole family for a fun, delicious, and mind-blowing time!

ChangeMaker Party/


Awareness

We partner with community organizations to raise awareness about minorities in STEM and just how rewarding STEM can be. These events are one-time learning opportunities, each designed with a specific group of participants in mind.

Girl Scouts Robotics/ Girl (Em)Powered/ Summer 2019 Road Trip/


Info Meets

Before registering for workshops, prospective workshop participants are welcome to meet our co-leaders and complete preview activities. Info Meets are short, sweet, and hosted at local schools. Look for information about Info Meets in the calendar.