Scientists for Tomorrow is pleased to announce its 6th Annual Community Partners Meeting on August 26, 2016 at 9:00am. The meeting held at Columbia College Chicago brings together directors and coordinators to engage their communities in STEM, and provide academic, high quality affordable programs for their out-of-school time programs. If you plan to attend the meeting RSVP via Event Bright
Scientists for Tomorrow in collaboration with non-profit organizations and informal educational venues is commitment to support instructors, students and parents to engage in STEM through complimentary events, professional developments, workshops and out-of-school-time instruction.
Scientists for Tomorrow’s (SfT) vision is to serve as an agent of change in our communities (local, statewide and nationwide) that will provide our youth and adults the possibility to explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects and potential careers, in order to make an educated decision regarding which career path they want to pursue in their future.
Parents of Scientists for Tomorrow
Middle School: SfT Youth Program
If you plan to implement the program for the next academic year and would like to fit it into your budget before the deadlines contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.369.7510.
Once again, Scientists for Tomorrow will be presenting the Balloon Powered Cart and LED Night Light workshops at Fiesta Familiar 2016. Hosted by Hoy, the largest Hispanic newspaper in the midwest, this event marks its fourth year inviting community organizations from across Chicago to come and conduct activites at Lincoln Park Zoo.
For more information visit http://www.fiestafamiliar.com/
September 24, 2016
10:00am until 5:00pm
Scientists for Tomorrow will be at the Science and Technology section in the Kovler Lion House.