Massachusetts STEM Week 2022 takes place from October 17 – 21 (inclusive of the weekend before and after), and is organized by the Executive Office of Education and the STEM Advisory Council in partnership with the state’s 9 Regional STEM Networks. It is a statewide effort to boost the interest, awareness and ability for all learners to envision themselves in STEM education and employment opportunities, and compliment the formal instruction happening in the Commonwealth beyond STEM week.
The theme for the fifth annual statewide STEM Week is “See Yourself in STEM,” with a particular focus on the power of mentoring.
Visit our STEM Week website to view current activities planned and add your own. It can be anything STEM -related-- a special event or ongoing class activities you are already doing in your courses. You can list your event or class activity here and we will help to promote it: https://capecodstemweek.org
Also...check out the events we are hosting on 4Cs. Please join us and encourage your students to attend!
Blue Economy Internships Panel
Mon, October 17, 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Program leaders and students will discuss internships and research experiences available to college and high school students on Cape Cod through partnerships with WHOI, MBL, and more!
Navigating STEM Speaker Series at CCCC: One STOP with MASSHIRE
Tue, October 18, 7pm – 8pm
STEM students at CCCC are invited to join Success Coach Maura Smith Stein for the Navigating STEM Speaker Series STEM Week session focusing on career services offered FREE by One STOP Cape Cod MASSHIRE.
STEM Week Virtual Film Festival
Thursday October 20 – Saturday October 23, 2022
Cape Cod Regional STEM Network is pleased to offer --for FREE-- acclaimed documentary films that explore current issues in STEM. Stream any or all of the documentaries.
Sign up here: https://forms.gle/kWNUkpXt248iV59D6
MakerSpace Open House @ Cape Cod Community College
Fri, October 21, 1pm – 3pm
Frank & Maureen Wilkens Science & Engineering Center
Tour the MakerSpace at CCCC. Snacks will be provided in Great Hall. The MakerSpace is located in the Frank and Maureen Wilkens Science and Engineering Center at the West Barnstable Campus. Join us!
Cape Cod STEM Mentoring Network
4Cs students can sign up to connect with a STEM mentor from the Cape & Islands community. Gain insight into careers, pathways, discuss goals, review resumes...expand your network.
Sign up here and click "Get Advice": https://capecod.firsthand.co
...and there will be more to come....stay tuned!