Excellent STEM Education

 
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Einstein EXPO at Shopko Hall is Feb. 2nd

 We encourage families and community members of all ages to enjoy the  wiz-bang activities and learn about STEM careers and hobbies. Tickets  are only $4 per person at the door. If you are traveling to attend the event.   Learn More→

We encourage families and community members of all ages to enjoy the wiz-bang activities and learn about STEM careers and hobbies. Tickets are only $4 per person at the door. If you are traveling to attend the event.

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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.

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Responsible for managing sales and relationship duties related to The Einstein Project’s stakeholders. Reports to the Executive Director. Responsibilities include customer engagement, developing sales and strategic markets, and much more.

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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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