Posted by admin on 2016/12/11 16:40:00 (160 reads)
FIRST® LEGO® League introduces young people, ages 9 to 16* (grades 4-8), to the fun and excitement of science and technology while building self-confidence, knowledge, and valuable career and life skills. The program challenges kids to think like scientists and engineers. Alongside adult Mentors, teams solve problems using engineering concepts, presentation techniques, and robots.
SHPE Cincinnati has been coaching students from AMIS (Academy For Multilingual Immersion Studies) for over 5 years now.
Today our students participated in a qualifying tournament, and while they didn't advance to the next round, they won the Judges Award for "We Work Together" !!!!!
Clearly the best teamwork!!!
If you would like to help young students in the Elementary School to learn technology (Robotics, Computers) please join SHPE Cincinnati!!!
We're always looking for volunteers!, please contact us
Posted by admin on 2016/12/11 16:20:02 (297 reads)
The SHPE Science Night (Noche de Ciencias) is a national program to promote knowledge and interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) among the Hispanic Community.
Students participate in hands-on STEM activities/projects teaching them how to use their creativity and imagination.
At the same time, their parents receive useful college access and financial information, so they can better plan for future college education for their kids.
The "SHPE Science Night" at Roberts Academy on Thursday, Dec. 8th, was a total success.
If you would like to volunteer for future events, please contact us
Posted by admin on 2016/12/1 16:28:56 (246 reads)
Posted by admin on 2016/10/13 20:50:00 (250 reads)
Tomas Mendez (Duke Energy) and Victor Martinez (P&G) had the opportunity to present to a group of over 60 Hispanic High School students about careers in STEM and how the process of getting to where are today has shaped us as individuals. Unfortunately, many of these kids don't have role models to look up to and we want to change that! We are interested in identifying volunteers that would like to give back and that would help us show our next generation of leaders that there are people that look like them in companies out there.
Posted by admin on 2016/8/14 5:40:00 (2239 reads)
West End Cincinnati's Hays-Porter "High-Tech" Elementary School students were learning Robotics as part of the "Summer of STEM" initiative sponsored by Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative, Duke Energy and P&G
This event was organized by SHPE Cincinnati with help from XOOPS Foundation and West End Community Council, and hosted by Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School.