Einstein Events

Propelling our mission forward, and creating public awareness about the need for quality STEM education for the next generation and the future workforce.

Many of our events are also fundraisers, in-which the funds are used to offset the cost of our leased kits and professional development sessions.

 
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Einstein Expo

This family-friendly festival hosts over 60 fun, hands-on exhibitors. Event guests are able to experience STEM2 (science, technology, engineering, math & making) in many different occupations and hobbies as businesses and community organizations exhibit and present on the main stage. 

 
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STEM Innovation Summit

On November 8, 2018, Einstein Project will be hosting the 2nd annual STEM Innovation Summit. This event will be FREE to Wisconsin's administrators, school superintendents, curriculum directors and educators. Held at the Weidner Center (UW-Green Bay), this event will have STEM Talks by educational and business leaders, presentations from the Smithsonian Science Resource Center, and breakout sessions to assist with the ever-changing education system.

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STEAM Fair

On April 28, 2018 over 150 students showcased their talents and skills at the STEAM Fair. This event (formally the Science Fair at the Science Expo at Shopko Hall) gained "STEAM" and was bigger than ever! Now, not only was there a Science Fair Competition, but it also included a Complex Machine Competition, an Instant Engineering Challenge, and Tinkering Space.

 
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Grocers on the Green

Einstein Project partners with Festival Foods to host the annual Grocers on the Green Golf Outing at the Oneida Golf & Country Club. This event takes place on the first Monday of August and the golf participants include vendors and guests of Festival Foods.

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Dine For Einstein

Throughout the year, local restaurants partner with the Einstein Project by donating a percentage of their proceeds to further our mission. Community members are able support hands-on science and engineering education while patronizing our community's restaurants.