These are STEM and STEAM events throughout our five-county region, to engage students, inspire teachers, inform parents, and celebrate STEM and STEAM learning.

Do you know of a STEM/STEAM related event? Submit it here.

 

Jun
20
Wed
Microsoft LinkedIn Workshop and Headshots @ Microsoft Store - Walden Galleria
Jun 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Junior Achievement High School Grad Night

FREE LinkedIn workshop and headshots

*All high school students we welcome, not just graduates!

Register at aka.ms/highschoolgradbuffalo

Kick off your next adventure at the Microsoft Store in for our Grad Night!
 Learn how to enhance your LinkedIn profile to help empower your future in any industry
 Participants will get the opportunity to receive a free LinkedIn profile headshot
 Learn about working for Microsoft and about the different positions at our store
 Light refreshments will be provided

Microsoft at Walden Galleria, Lower level, across the hall from Sephora

Jun
28
Thu
Light Tomorrow With Today @ Big Tent of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
Jun 28 @ 11:30 am – 2:00 pm

Light Tomorrow With Today is an event for Luminate NY, part of NextCorps (formerly HighTech Rochester) taking place on June 28 from 11:30am-2pm in the Big Tent of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival.  The free event is the culmination of a competition for startups in the Optics, Photonics, and Imaging space, that was held in November of 2017 with hundreds of entries from all over the world.  Ten finalists were selected to be part of our inaugural cohort, each of whom received $100,000, plus mentoring from industry luminaries, advice for securing venture capital, introductions to significant potential partners, and free space here at the Sibley Building.

The awards ceremony/demo day will give the public a chance to see fast-paced presentations from each of the finalists who will share information about their startups in an effort to be awarded a $1 million dollar investment. There is also another $1 million available for follow-on funding for other companies. We are expecting about 400 guests from all over the world to witness the excitement. The NY governor and his team are also expected to attend. There will be food samples from several local companies, fun giveaways, and a jazz performance from students at the Eastman School of Music. Lunch is available for purchase from food trucks and vendors who will be on site.

RSVP link:   https://light-tomorrow-with-today.eventbrite.com

Jul
2
Mon
Microsoft Camp – Create a Difference in Your World @ Microsoft Store - Walden Galleria
Jul 2 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

July 2-3 and July 5-6, 4 day camp, 2 hours each day, Ages 8+

Please note: Camp will run Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, Friday due to the July 4th holiday.

L108 – Level 1 near Dick’s Sporting Goods

Register at their website

Jul
9
Mon
The Girls Coding Project
Jul 9 @ 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

July 9-20, 2018

Sponsored by GM Tonawanda Engine in collaboration with the Girl Scouts of WNY and SUNY Buffalo State.

NFIEC Summer Camps @ Orleans Niagara BOCES
Jul 9 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Presented by NFIEC (Niagara Frontier Industry Education Council, Inc.) at Orleans Niagara BOCES. July 9 – July 27

ADDRESSES:

Niagara CTE Center – 3181 Saunders Settlement Road Sanborn, NY 14132
Orleans CTE Center – 4232 Shelby Basin Rd, Medina, NY 14103

NFIEC Summer Career Exploration Camps provide students in grades 5-8 the opportunity to experience different professions and industries in our region.  Each day camp is three days long and offers fun and hands-on activities led by Orleans Niagara BOCES instructors who are experts in their industry as well as teaching.

Program Hours: 9:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Students may arrive as early as 8:30 a.m.
Late pick-up is available until 3:30 p.m.
A free t-shirt is available with the purchase of a week at the summer camp
Cost of the three day camps is $90.00

​Lunch: Students must provide their own lunch (Refrigeration available)

SBU Teacher Workshop @ St. Bonaventure University
Jul 9 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

JULY 9-12, 2018

St. Bonaventure University invites K-12 teachers to the 4th annual lab development workshop on campus July 9-12, 2018, with an optional field trip to Corning Museum of Glass & Sullivan Park R&D Campus on July 20, 2018.

Instructors: St. Bonaventure faculty from the departments of biology, chemistry, physics, computer science and psychology.

The summer K–12 Science & Math Teacher Workshop has two goals:

1.  To bring K-12 science teachers, school administrators and SBU science faculty together for a continuing discussion on bridging the gap between K-12 and college STEM education. Any challenges recognized from the discussion can lead to opportunities for networking and new partnerships between K-12 schools and SBU math and science departments and/or between K-12 schools for both short-term and long-term purposes.
2. To provide a hands-on experience for K-12 teachers to develop integrative lessons. These activities are designed to be transferable to K-12 classrooms to provoke student interests and increase their preparations in the STEM field that is in high demand.

CTLE credits: up to 30 NYS Continuing Teacher/Leader Education (CTLE) credits will be provided by Cattaraugus/Allegany BOCES.

Space is limited. Please contact Tim Clarke @ CABOCES (tim_clarke@caboces.org; 716-375-8321) for registration-related questions. A link to the registration form is forthcoming.

Microsoft Camp – Start Your Own Business @ Microsoft Store - Walden Galleria
Jul 9 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

July 9-12, 4 days, 2 hours each day, Ages 8+

L108 – Level 1 near Dick’s Sporting Goods

Register at their website

Jul
13
Fri
Microsoft Camp – Beginner Fun with Computers and Coding @ Microsoft Store - Walden Galleria
Jul 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

1 Day Camp for two hours, Ages 6+

L108 – Level 1 near Dicks Sporting Goods

Register at their website

Jul
16
Mon
Young Scientist Research Program at Canisius College @ Canisius College - Health Science Building, Room 310
Jul 16 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

July 16 – 27, 2018

For 9-12 graders who have completed 1 year of HS Biology!

Many young adults enter a science major in college with little or no idea what a scientist does in the laboratory or how laboratory research impacts medicine or environmental issues. The Young Scientist Research Program @ Canisius College provides high school students a hands-on research experience so students can see for themselves what it entails to be a scientist.
Students who complete this program will be able to:

·       Decide whether a science major is the right path for them to take in college

·       Perform multiple experimental techniques in molecular biology, cell biology,  neurobiology, and ecology.

·       Understand how laboratory research contributes to development of treatments for cancer  and neurological diseases.

The program costs only $25 and lunch is provided for all students free of cost. Bring check to first class but please register. Contact Dr. Elizabeth Hogan at 716-888-2552 or hogane@canisius.edu for application form.

Microsoft Camp – Make Your Own Movie with 3D and Mixed Reality @ Microsoft Store - Walden Galleria
Jul 16 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

July 16-19, 4 day camp, 2 hours each day, Ages 8+

Suite L108 – Level 1 near Dick’s Sporting Goods

Register on their website.