Excellent STEM Education

 
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2019 STEAM Fair - Registration opens soon

April 27th, 2019 @ Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) Student Center  Registration will open in late December. This event showcases student's skills & abilities by having various competitions and different interactive activities, including the traditional  Science Fair , a  Chain Reaction Competition  (also referenced as a Rube Goldberg Machine), an  Instant Engineering Challenge , and  Tinkering Space activities .   Learn More→

April 27th, 2019 @ Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) Student Center
Registration will open in late December. This event showcases student's skills & abilities by having various competitions and different interactive activities, including the traditional Science Fair, a Chain Reaction Competition (also referenced as a Rube Goldberg Machine), an Instant Engineering Challenge, and Tinkering Space activities.

Learn More→

Sandbox Makerspace & Maker Mindset

A makerspace is an area where anyone can build creativity, confidence and imagination through hands-on, STEAM-focused projects, workshops and challenges. We offer real tools, variety of materials and mediums, educators training and more, while giving the participants (students, educators, and community members) a safe and supportive environment.   Learn More→

A makerspace is an area where anyone can build creativity, confidence and imagination through hands-on, STEAM-focused projects, workshops and challenges. We offer real tools, variety of materials and mediums, educators training and more, while giving the participants (students, educators, and community members) a safe and supportive environment.

Learn More→

Einstein Expo 2019 was a Success

A BIG thank you to our Sponsors, as well as exhibitors and guests for making our 18th-annual Einstein Expo a great one! Interesting in becoming an exhibitor? 2020 registration is opening early! Check back by the beginning of April for details.   Learn More→

A BIG thank you to our Sponsors, as well as exhibitors and guests for making our 18th-annual Einstein Expo a great one! Interesting in becoming an exhibitor? 2020 registration is opening early! Check back by the beginning of April for details.

Learn More→

 

Thank you to our 2018 Dine for Einstein partners:

 

A leader in STEM Education

Dedicated to creating a pipeline of talented future employees.

Companies and businesses are asking for talented employees that have critical thinking skills, problem solving capabilities, and good communication techniques. Our hands-on materials and curriculum not only promote quality learning in science, technology, engineering, and math; but they also help develop student's soft skills.

20%

US jobs require a higher level of knowledge in a STEM Field*

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We Rely on Community Members Like You

Einstein Project receives no federally appropriated funds. We rely on gifts from community members like you. Your support helps us pave the way to greater success and impact on a national scale.