We are pleased to announce that a SciTech Kid was a winner in Disney's Create Tomorrowland XPRIZE Challenge.
Congratulations to Gabrielle Nafie whose drawing of a Bee Origamiibot won in the 8 to 12 year old division. Gabrielle will receive $3,000, a 3D printer, tickets to see the Tomorrowland movie, and a video camera to keep a video diary of her mentor experience with a STEM expert. In June, she'll begin a mentorship program, where she's be paired up with an amazing trailblazer who is shaping the future now. To see the official announcement, click here.
We also want to congratulate and thank all of our SciTech Kids who submitted their wonderful ideas. Miles Pilchik, Elliot Ruo, Haven Tinsley, Scott Tinsley and Jack Duchey, all shared their creativity and awesome ideas and had a part in creating a better tomorrow. They are all winners in our eyes.
SciTech Kids is excited about our new afterschool and weekend workshops this fall. Children will learn Robotics, How to Design a Video Game, Minecraft Mod, Wearable Technology and 3D printing. If your kids are obsessed with Minecraft, enhance their experience by having them learn Java as they modify the game. Or have them use electronics to light up clothing or create interactive games. These classes are a great way to bring their technology skills to another level.
Want to see a glimpse of what it's like to be a SciTech Kid? Check out our award-winning White House Student Film, Full S[T]EAM Ahead: How Technology Rocks the Classroom!
SciTech Kids nurtures children's sense of wonder and excitement about STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math), through hands-on activities which unlock their imagination. We spark children's innate curiosity and creativity as they think, design and create through fun and meaningful experiences. Working alongside trained scientists, engineers and designers, our kids, ages 3 to 15, are involved in authentic scientific inquiry that changes both the way they see themselves and the world.
Check out our Facebook page to see what we are doing after school, in schools and on the weekends!
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