Who should go to Engineering Expo?
Teens from 6th – 12th graders.
What is Engineering Expo?
At the Engineering Expo teens explore the world of engineering–2017 style! No boring books or lectures or videos. Teens use 3D printers, 3D graphic design software, electronics, and computer coding to power up their brains.
We designed the Engineering Expo as an inspiring introduction to the world of innovation and engineering. For two hours, teens are immersed in hands-on activities engineered to get them thinking about new ideas. The energy in the room is explosive. Sign up now before the seats are all taken.
When will Engineering Expo be, and how long is it?
Mark your calendar for Friday August 25, 2017 from 1-3pm.
Where will it be?
The Engineering Expowill be at Harvest Christian Center in Phelan, CA. All high desert mini-makers are invited.
Why attend Engineering Expo?
The world of engineering has changed in the last 20 years. New tools are allowing this generation of engineers will think up products in the morning and test them in the afternoon. The Engineering Expo is the place to taste the future of innovation in an exciting environment. Imagine visiting Nikola Tesla’s lab and letting kids build things with his tools!
Note: If you have younger kids in the Mini-Maker Faire, the Teen Engineering Expo will be geared for older, more sophisticated exploration.
Yet even with all the exciting new technological developments, the seed of an invention still comes from stimulating our curiosity. No amount of shiny technology can take the place of good old-fashioned exploration. Table Top Inventing specializes in bringing together timeless learning principles with the latest technology waiting for a curious mind to bring it to life.
August 25 from 9:30-noon at Harvest Christian Center in Phelan, CA. Pricing is set to encourage families and friend to attend together!
- $50 – if we have 20 students signed up
- $45 -if we have 30 students signed up*
- $40 -if we have 40 students signed up*
* We will give rebates for those signup at the higher prices when they come on the 24th. It’s always more fun with family and friends.
Students will take home 3D printed parts. Parents are encouraged to come along and watch the fun. Space is limited. Register today!
We have partnered with the Curious Student Foundation to provide scholarship opportunities to students based on financial need. For more information, please visit http://curiousstudent.org/home/scholarships/.
Homeschool Charter Students
This event is open to all elementary aged students in the area. We are vendors for a number of local homeschool charter schools. If you are with one of the schools below, go to our homeschool page to register for this event.
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