Students will participate in demonstrations and interactive exhibits that will showcase project-based learning, computer programming, and early elementary pre-coding.
These are just some of the events where students will use Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to highlight their projects and exhibits.
They will be joined by several members of the community, including the Rochester Engineering Society and Bausch and Lomb, who will serve as volunteers. These volunteers will also showcase their group or agency's work as it relates to STEM. They will meet and greet students and volunteer to lead an activity where they will engage and interact with students.