We ignite curiosity and incentivize students and parents alike to consider attending college and pursuing STEM.
Noche de Ciencias is an interactive event held at local high schools where parents are informed of financial aid opportunities on a federal and state level while students take part in STEM-related activities and competitions.
Arduinos are a simple, cheap way to teach kids basic electronic concepts that are used in everyday machines and robots. Students are presented with pre-built Arduino projects and taught what went into making them work as well as have a chance to build their own.
Noche De Ciencias is held in both English and Spanish to effectively reach out to and communicate with immigrant families.
A panel presented by Stony Brook SHPE students takes high school students through their own experiences from applying to college to choosing a major, and what it takes to be successful in college.