The STEM in Gear program is a small part of the STEM initiatives that started at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology. The program focuses on
How Does it Work?
Since many school districts do not have adequate equipment, funding, or time to integrate STEM activities into their classrooms, the STEM in Gear program brings all the supplies necessary for hands-on STEM activities to schools.
Contact the STEM Coordinator to discuss curriculum needs. Workshops range from engineering and robotics to manufacturing and aviation. They can be as short as an hour or up to two days long. Custom workshops can also be created and linked to state standards.
At the agreed time, STEM in Gear brings the equipment and you conduct the activity together. Upon completion, results and feedback will
What is the Goal?
Contact us today to create
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