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WHEN: April 28, 2015 DOORS OPEN: 6:00pm WHERE:1250 Constitution Ave
Washington, DC 20002
At this FREE event for all DC students ages 3 and up, visitors will explore over 25 STEM careers directly with hands on activities lead by the scientists, engineers and professionals who do the work each day!
|This year’s exhibitors|
use night vision goggles! complete missions with NASA!
problem solve with games! use a 3-D Printer!
explore the Anacostia River Watershed! hold local aquatic wildlife!
create a human solar system! explore rocketry!
become an architect? take on a chemistry challenge!
see how chemistry is used in various fields! learn how MRI’s teach us about our bodies!
|3D Printer from Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab!
It will be printing out something special for a lucky visitor!
See you there!
Are you accepting more exhibitors?
We are accepting requests to take part in this exciting event until APRIL 3, 2015. Please contact email@example.com if you have interest!
Do you have fliers I can print to give to my school or community members?
YES! Look back here the week of April 7th for fliers you can distribute in your school communities!
Are you planning to attend but not a Maury family?
Yay! I’m thrilled you will join us! Please consider emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org to help me make an estimate of how many people are coming! I want to ensure I have enough “Swag Bags” and other goodies for all our visitors!
How do I get updates about the event?
I will update this blog post as organizations confirm so bookmark this! You can also find updates by following me on Twitter @maurythinktank for updates on our program!
How do I learn more about the organizations exhibiting?
Click on the links below to see who will providing hands-on, engaging STEM activities for you when you arrive? Click on each link to go to their website… and get excited!
Anacostia Watershed Society
American Institute of Architects-DC (Architects in the Schools)
Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP)
* Army Research Lab
* Night Vision & Electronic Sensors Directorate
* Natick Soldier Engineering, Research & Development Center
ASHRAE National Capitol Chapter
Engineering is Elementary
Friendship PCS Online- STEM Program
George Mason University: School of Psychology
Honeywell Hometown Solutions
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Labyrinth Puzzles and Games
Living Classrooms Capital Region
National Capitol Astronomers
Naval Research Lab
National Forest Service
National Science Teachers Association
US Department of Agriculture: FSIS
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
* More organizations are confirming each day so stop by again soon to see others who have joined!*