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Online Workshop: Supersized STEM - All About Planning for Science Festivals and Big STEM Events

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Date

Zoom link available upon RSVP

Tuesday, July 23, 2024; 2pm - 3pm  Eastern / 11am - 12pm Pacific 

Register for this online workshop

Join us as we talk about strategies for planning successful science festivals and large-scale STEM events! We'll be joined by partners who have led extraordinary programming that has engaged their communities in big, big ways. They’ll talk about their experiences - what they’ve learned and what they wished they knew from the start. Learn more about the resources available, best practices, and the immense benefits for all participants. Whether you are a part of a science festival, looking to start your own large-scale STEM events, or simply want to sharpen your event planning skills at any scale, join us for this opportunity to learn first hand and be inspired to take your STEM endeavors to new heights.

 

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Presenters

Ben Wiehe

Senior Manager, Experimental Practice

MIT Museum and the Science Festival Alliance in Cambridge, MA

 

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Kaitlin Ehret

Science Educator

The Bell Museum in Saint Paul, MN

 

 

 

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Dan Schneiderman

Eclipse Partnerships Coordinator

Rochester Museum & Science Center (RMSC) in Rochester, NY

 

 

 

Joshua Sarver

Chief Experience Officer & Vice President of Operations

Center of Science and Industry (COSI) in Columbus, OH