Dirty Jobs . . . that Pay Well: STEM Career Exploration – St. Louis Location
The focus of this institute is to explore innovative solutions in the technological areas of Carpentry, Major Appliance, Plumbing Technology, and Welding. Each morning, experience cutting edge technologies using our state-of-the-art laboratories and industrial equipment. You will have the opportunity to meet current students, professors, and leaders in the business community. In the afternoon, work through hands-on activities that can be integrated into classroom curriculum to broaden your students’ appreciation for high technology careers. This institute will expose you to tomorrow’s technology in a format not found in a traditional classroom setting.
Instructor: Joan Braun, educational consultant and STEM trainer. Ms. Braun has taught earth, physical, life science, and biology for over 30 years, B.A. Education, M.S. in Educational Technology. She currently facilitates the STEMpact Teacher Quality Institute and works at Little Creek Nature Area and the Challenger Learning Center.
When/where: June 17-21, 2019, 8AM–4PM, Ranken Technical College, 4431 Finney Avenue, St. Louis, MO
Registration Fee: $25 (NON-REFUNDABLE); lunch will be provided daily.
- Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Your registration fee of $25.00 is NON-REFUNDABLE.
Educators interested in this learning opportunity may:
- Earn graduate credit from Lindenwood University (fees apply);
- Benefit from a quality instructional experience, hands-on demonstrations from experienced faculty, and supplemental take-home materials.
Please read this form and indicate your acceptance of its terms by checking the box at the bottom of the attendee information form.
For more information, contact: Barbara Bragg, Director of STEM Pathways Development, at (314) 286-4822 or [email protected]