STEAM-TASTIC CAREER FAIR!
September 10th 2022
11 AM - 3 PM
At Franklin Middle School
Sponsored by TJ CLUBS & local STEAM organizations
Speak to Lead Team presents STEAM-tastic career fair
Join us to learn from the best speakers about STEAM career fields AND perform hands on activities & games. Have fun, compete, win prizes and enjoy yummy treats,
All proceeds from the STEAM-tastic fair go to Shelter House, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital & local charities. DONATE HERE
Here, people from various professions will come to talk about their job, such as how they do it, what they learn, what do you need to learn, etc.
AI Software Engineer, Robotics Engineer
Doctor, Cardiologist, Geophysics Analyst
Here, we will have various booths so that you can do fun STEAM experiments. Have you ever wanted to launch a rocket to space? Well, you may think without a big company like NASA to back you up, it isn't possible. Well, it is. Using bottles, and science, you can! Come to our event to learn more about the world of STEAM!
🏃🏽♂️WHO CAN ATTEND?🏃🏽♀️
This event is open to children of all ages! Activities are specifically target elementary and middle school students. STEAM-tastic fair is also a great family event. Not only do the children walk away having learned something new, the parents do to!
🧪WHO RUNS IT?🚀
The YLP Speak to Lead Team will be running the event, with help from our sponsors who have generously helped us organize this event. Without them, this event itself would not be possible.
All proceeds from the STEAM-tastic fair go to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital & local charities.
Use PayPal Donate or see Donate page for more options
Co-Founder and CEO of Peridot Solutions
Lead Engineer, Booz Allen Hamilton Robotic Coach, FTC
Srivasavi Chaganti, MD
Cardiologist at Baltimore Heart Associates
Portfolio Architect at Fannie Mae
Professor Kausik Sarkar
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, George Washington University
Application Architect at Kyndryl (IBM Spin-off)
Educator, Leadership Corps of The Climate Reality Project, prev. Analyst at USGS
Young Scholars Circle