STEM Summer Passport Program is in Full Swing

Education Center, STEM, Events July 15, 2019

Kids from all over are partaking in the Hill Aerospace Museum’s STEM Summer Passport Program. So far more than 20 participants have graduated from the STEM Passport Program, and many more are on their way. To graduate, participants need to attend 8 of the 11 courses offered. Passports will be distributed during the first class so students can start working their way to graduation.

The Museum will not teach the STEM Summer Passport Program the week of July 15 – 20. Instead, the Clark Planetarium and Hill Aerospace Museum are teaming up to bring you Fly Me to the Moon. Read more about this event here. 

Students can attend classes at the Museum’s Education Center Tuesday through Friday and select Saturdays at 11:00am and 2:00pm. Classes are FREE and are geared towards kids 8 and older. Classes are first come first served so arrive early.

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