Updated: Feb 27
The Super Saturday STEM Expo on Saturday, May 19, 2018 is a free, family event, featuring 100+ hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) exhibits in the 50,000 square foot Harlem Armory.
Public school students (Grades Pre K – 12) and professionals exhibit together in a unique event that showcases STEM knowledge of Harlem students and renowned organizations around the city.
It is held in partnership between Manhattan’s Community School District 5 and Harlem Children’s Zone. This will be the 10th Super Saturday event to take place since 2008.
From clean energy demonstrations, to the science of nutrition, to educational video games, exhibits will showcase the diversity of STEM fields and the infinite applications for helping people and creating solutions to today’s challenges in health, education, environmental and more. The goal is to create a high-quality experience for everyone who participates, but especially for students. After being a part of Super Saturday, we hope that students are inspired to take action: to get more excited about their science and math classes, sign up for a special program, pursue a STEM college education, or connect with a new mentor. Can your organization help to do that?