STEM Expo - Green Bay

Saturday, February 3, 2018
 Shopko Hall
9am - 4pm

 

(1901 S. Oneida Street, Green Bay, 54304)

 
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Become a sponsor

In order to make this event a success and propel our mission of elevating STEM education forward, we count on our sponsors to support this event with sponsorship dollars and in-kind donations. In return, our sponsors receive countless marketing opportunities.

 

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Einstein Event Volunteers (Not Exhibitor Volunteers)

Are you interested in helping out at this event? You can assist by working the welcome table, helping with event set-up and take-down, running or monitoring booth activities, etc. Volunteers from ages 16 to 96 are welcome and encouraged.

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Become an Exhibitor

Community organizations, education institutions, and businesses have the opportunity to showcase their STEM careers, hobbies, and/or fields of study to over 4,000 community members and families. It's a great way to promote your organization for a very a low exhibitor fee. We provide helpful details, exhibit layout ideas, registration outlines, and exhibitor tips to make exhibiting at the STEM Expo easy and fun!

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Attend the Event

This event is intended to get our entire community excited about STEM. We encourage families and community members of all ages to come enjoy the wiz-bang activities and learn about STEM careers and hobbies. Tickets are only $4 per person at the door.

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Main Stage Fun

Throughout the day, the main stage has a variety of fun and educational performances! Each year, there are staple events, such as the WPS safety performance. New this year, the audience will meet Einstein Project's dynamic duo - Professor Chadwick and Patti Pearl the Engineering Girl.

 

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Science Fair

The Science Fair is no longer taking place at the Science Expo (now the STEM Expo). Instead, students will have the opportunity to shine at a larger competitive event taking place on April 21, 2018 at the UWGB Union. This event is still hosted by Einstein Project, but it will now be called the STEAM Fair.