The Maryland STEM Festival is now underway - Technical.ly Baltimore

Access

Nov. 6, 2015 3:08 pm

The Maryland STEM Festival is now underway

The collection of education-focused events runs until Nov. 15.
A file photo of the Baltimore Robotics Center.

A file photo of the Baltimore Robotics Center.

(Photo by Andrew Zaleski)

The first Maryland STEM Festival begins Friday, and runs through Nov. 15. It’s a collection of 300 events across the state looking to promote education in the technical realm.

Baltimore city is host to 66 events throughout the festival, according to its website. Activities range from hands-on educational vents at the Maryland Science Center and Maryland Zoo to chances for high school kids to learn about existing spaces like the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) and BUGSS.

See the full schedule

One of the busiest days is Saturday, Nov. 14. During the day, the Maryland STEM Festival will be held at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Later on, the Baltimore Robotics Center will host RoboCEO, where students who compete in robotics teams will coach executives on how to build robots. (Check out highlights from last year’s edition here.)

-30-
BECOME A CONTRIBUTOR TO THE JOURNALISM FUND TO COMMENT
Already a contributor? Sign in here
Connect with companies from the Technical.ly community
New call-to-action

Advertisement

Minority Innovation Weekend looks to provide exposure, knowledge for tech founders

Crab Tank pitch competition will pick 5 local startups

How Black Girls Dive combines scuba diving lessons and STEM

SPONSORED

Baltimore

Why two eminent Baltimore higher-ed institutions collaborated to create this unique dual degree program

Annapolis Junction, MD

Asymmetrik

FULL-STACK DEVELOPER

Apply Now

Annapolis Junction, MD

Asymmetrik

SOFTWARE ENGINEER

Apply Now

Annapolis Junction, MD

Asymmetrik

FRONT-END DEVELOPER

Apply Now

Annapolis’ SIXGEN grabbed the win at DEFCON 27’s Capture the Flag

Take a first look at the events lined up for Baltimore Innovation Week 2019

Nominate an outstanding dev for the inaugural Baltimore RealLIST Engineers

SPONSORED

Baltimore

What Asymmetrik is doing to help lead healthcare’s digital transformation

Baltimore

Protenus

DevOps Engineer

Apply Now

Philadelphia

Vistar Media

Sr. Software Engineer

Apply Now

Philadelphia

Vistar Media

Front End Engineer

Apply Now

Sign-up for daily news updates from Technical.ly Baltimore

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!