iExploreSTEM Returns to McCall
12-4pm Saturday April 14, 2018
Explore science, technology, engineering, and math through hands on activities for all ages. The festival is free and will challenge you to think, make you laugh, sometimes get you dirty, and always be lots of fun.
and many others for an afternoon of fun.
Just for Parents
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Support Idaho students. See what they have been doing in science.
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Give Your Students a Meaningful Voice in Their Future
Do you have some potential STEM leaders at your school? Want to give them a chance to voice their ideas and learn STEM leadership skills?
Students rarely have a voice in advocating for STEM in their schools, in making STEM connections in their communities, or planning for their jobs of the future. The realization that kids need a voice and have plenty of useful things to say sparked the idea of supporting and embracing student STEM leaders.
The CSO movement is expanding from Arizona across the nation. Check out the program at http://chiefscienceofficers.org/ or download a brochure here. To learn how to bring it to your school or region, contact us.
Become a Scientific Citizen
Take the Scientific Citizen pledge by yourself or with friends, classmates, or co-workers. Email us with your words, photos, or video documenting your pledge and receive your Scientific Citizen certificate.
Compete in US Army eCyberMission
Perfect for small communities, eCyberMission is a STEM competition for 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grade teams. Teams propose a solution to a real problem in their community and compete for awards. It's all web-based so you can compete no matter where you live. Contact us or visit eCyberMission for details.
See a STEM festival in action
iExploreSTEM supports hands-on, science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) festivals. We produce festivals and provide technical advice, resources, and evaluation services, for new and existing festivals. We are now focusing our attention on supporting festivals in Iowa, Idaho and Washington state, but our resources are available free to anyone. Want to learn more about STEM festivals, work with us, or volunteer? Contact us.