STEM Week is Oct. 22-26 – Learn More!

Skills to Excel
At School and at Work

Whether you’re a teacher or researcher, a student or an entrepreneur, the Cape Cod Regional STEM Network is here to support and inspire you.

Join us to share ideas and highlight what works when it comes to strengthening STEM—Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math—in school, work, and life in our community.



MORE ABOUT OUR NETWORK

STEM at School

Some of the best ways students, teachers, and parents from across our Network are delving into STEM at school. A go-to place for resources and materials that draw on math and science concepts, including methods from engineering and technology. Featuring hands-on projects that get students engaged in the critical thinking and collaborative work that are so much a part of applying these disciplines in the real world.

STEM in the Community

STEM doesn’t happen only at school. Here’s where we’re highlighting some of the most exciting ways students are connecting with STEM in the field and in labs, in the workplace, and in our communities. Featuring stories from our field experience partnerships that are giving students real-world STEM learning opportunities.

STEM News & Events

Makerspace challenge: Build a better lobstertrap

Monday, October 22, 2018

Event starts at 8:30am

Using recycled materials and incorporating the design process, students will design and build a whale-safe lobster trap. During the school day,...

Virtual

STEM Week Kickoff Event: STEM Network quarterly meeting with guest Speaker Shannan Donovan.

Monday, October 22, 2018

Event starts at 3:30pm

Cape Cod Community College Lorusso Solarium

Blue Economy Career Panel

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Event starts at 12:00am

High school students, teachers, and administrators are invited to attend this career panel discussion focused on the growing Blue Economy in our...

Barnstable High School


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About Us

We are educators, business leaders, and community members who share a commitment to supporting young people’s interest and achievement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics learning and careers. We’re inspired by ideas and examples from all over the world, but we’re about building best practices in our local Massachusetts communities—on Cape Cod and the Islands and across Plymouth County.