engineering mentor night
An evening program designed to provide students, 9-12th grade, and their parents with exposure to “real” engineers to have an open dialogue about what engineers do, discuss the amazing career opportunities that exist, and talk about college programs. Currently, the program is held in two locations, Hibbing and Virginia though it is open to students from across the Iron Range.
Free after-school program taught by real-life engineers to 5-6th grade students focused on hands-on, exciting engineering experiments linked to local career opportunities. The program operates between 8-16 weeks in Hibbing, Virginia, Chisholm and Mesabi East.
2018-2019 School Year
Green innovators expo
Science fair held at the Iron Range Earth Fest.
This year's event is all about waste. The United States has about 125 Million households – twice as many as a few decades ago. Along with this growth, our use of electronics is also going through the roof – computers, cell phones, gaming systems along with our refrigerators and TVs. On the Iron Range, we have about 86,000 households, each in need of electricity. If our population keeps growing, and the amount of electricity keeps going up, the electrical generating companies won’t be able to keep up! - How can we generate more energy to meet our needs now and into the future or how can we reduce the energy we use? April 2019
Please let us know if you'd like me to come to your class to visit about this opportunity!!
Iron range stem all stars
Annual event honoring the accomplishments of regional seniors and teachers in the area of STEM achievements. Students apply and are selected by their school leadership. April 2019
An exciting, week-long summer adventure with lessons that explore connections between science, technology, engineering and innovation. Children will work together to seek solutions to real-world problems and sharpen critical 21st century learning skills while rotating through several fascinating modules. Summer 2019