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STEM

Happy National STEM Day

STEM Day

Qualcomm Incorporated celebrates National STEM Day, November 8, 2018, by reaffirming the Company’s commitment to its Corporate Responsibility initiatives that spark young people’s passion for science, technology, engineering and math, and will inspire the next generation of inventors to transform industries and enrich people’s lives.

Fleetster Friday: Meet Daniel Aguirre

It’s #FleetsterFriday! This week, we’re featuring Community Engagement Manager and City Heights resident, Daniel Aguirre. Daniel is the brains behind the Fleet’s 52 Weeks of Science program and can often be found out in the community, connecting area students and residents to STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) opportunities in their backyard!

The Fleet Science Center’s High Tech Fair Connects Students to Scientific Careers

By Brianne Brown

More than 2,500 middle and high school students explore local careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) at the Fleet Science Center’s annual High Tech Fair. The event allows students to explore the real-life application of the science they learn in their classrooms to a career in a science- and technology-related industry.

Now Accepting Applications for SciTech

SciTech participants from Encanto Middle School

The Fleet is currently accepting applications to bring the popular SciTech program to your school for the 2017–2018 school year.

Open Source Skateboards and Other Tech Talks at the High Tech Fair

Beau Trifiro of Open Source Skateboards

By: Isaac Perry

High Tech Fair is experimenting with a new feature this year called “Tech Talks.” Modeled after the popular TED Talks, Tech Talks give a presenter 10 minutes to present the technology they use on a daily basis in an engaging and innovative way. 

Local Tech Companies Come to High Tech Fair

Solar Turbines engineer

By: Eivy Herrera and Jeremiah Preston

The Fleet Science Center's annual High Tech Fair enlightens middle and high school students to the world of science and the possibilities of a scientific career. Local participating companies provide interactive experiences for the students, and students enjoy seeing "real life" applications of what they may be learning in the classroom. Two of the participating companies, Solar Turbines and ViaSat, sat down with local high school students to discuss what attendees can expect to learn at the event. Here’s what we learned!