Scientists for Tomorrow presents at Fiesta Familiar 2013

CHICAGO, September 18, 2013—Scientists for Tomorrow, is proud to present at Fiesta Familiar 2013.  This  free family event hosted by the leading Hispanic newspaper in Chicago, Hoy, and Lincoln Park Zoo, will take place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Lincoln Park Zoo, 2001 N. Clark St.

Various interactive workshops and hands on projects will be offered in Science & Technology, Arts & Crafts, Health & Nutrition, Music & Entertainment and Home & Gardening.

Scientists for Tomorrow will be offering workshops throughout the day in the Lion House Pavilion. Families will explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related subjects by building activities that every participant can take home.

“Scientists for Tomorrow is a proud partner of @Fiesta Familiar at Lincoln Park Zoo on September 28th!  For more information visit

Fiesta Familiar 2013

Lincoln Park Zoo
2001 N. Clark St.
10:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m

Free Event

Instructors learn about Alternative Energy

Chicago, September 18, 2013— Once again Scientists for Tomorrow will be partnering with community organizations to begin providing high quality informal STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) after school programming to the youth.

On Saturday, Sept. 14, thirty-eight participants came to the Scientists for Tomorrow Professional Development, to learn the lessons on Alternative Energy; a module developed by Columbia College Chicago staff. The ten lessons are designed to teach STEM through hands on activities for middle and upper grade students.

Each instructor went through a rigorous course, so they can teach the lessons at their sites. When the class was done, the participants took their products home to have an example.

The professional development is designed to give future Scientists for Tomorrow instructors the opportunity to gain the skill necessary to teach STEM in a classroom setting. Also, it allows participants to share and learn ideas from experienced instructors.

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