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Posted by admin on 2015/12/7 2:30:00 (3195 reads)

SHPE Cincinnati proudly supports the "Code for Kids" Initiative at Hays-Porter Elementary School:

As the first school in the Greater Cincinnati region, Hays-Porter Elementary School started today at 8am the official week of "Hour of Code": Dec. 7-13, 2015 

According to School Principal, Ms. McClain, during that week all students in the school will participate in this first ever school-wide "Hour of Code" training. 

Several of Hays-Porter students, who participated in After-School computer classes organized by Families Forwards , have been also invited by the Museum Center to be coaches for their "Hour of Code" outreach.

They will also be acting as coaches at the Regional Kickoff for "Hour of Code", taking place tonight at Taft Information Technology High School, 6pm-9pm. 

Posted by admin on 2015/9/21 16:37:29 (1674 reads)

SHPE Cincinnati was participating at the recent Hispanic Students Event at University of Cincinnati

It was also a great opportunity to welcome members of the SHPE Student Chapter being formed at University of Cincinnati. Demetri Bardis, a freshman at the UC College of Engineering, did a fantastic job in organizing this new chapter, and we would like to congratulate him on this. 

More pictures from this event are in our Photo Gallery

Posted by admin on 2015/9/21 13:20:00 (1838 reads)

On August 29, 2015, SHPE Cincinnati organized a Field Trip to Cincinnati Mini Maker Faire for  students from AMIS (Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies). 

After that we're taking the kids to the Bengals Game against the Chicago Bears!

A Big "Thank you" to our friends at Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA for their ongoing support of our Education efforts!

More pictures from the event are in our Photo Gallery

  Posted by admin on 2015/4/9 22:10:00 (3069 reads)

Celebrating National Robotics Week: April 4-12

Today we had a public viewing at AMIS (Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies) of "Underwater Dreams" - a movie about a team of Hispanic high school students competing in underwater robots competition and beating MIT students for the 1st place!

This event was sponsored by SHPE Cincinnati (

More info about the movie:

Our BIG THANK YOU goes to the principal Mr. Sherwin Ealy, the wonderful Matesi Leoni Lang, and to all SHPE Volunteers who dedicated the time to help the AMIS Students to explore the world of Robotics!!! 


  Posted by admin on 2015/3/9 9:40:00 (4416 reads)

Noche/Día de Ciencias - Science Nights – is a national program to promote knowledge and interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) among the Hispanic community.

This year, we'll celebrate the International Pi Day, which in 2015 is the "Ultimate Pi Day" because it will happen only once in a life time!!! It's a true "Pi Day of the Century"!!

We appreciate the support, help, and hospitality of the Cincinnati Museum Center in organizing this event, and the support from GE Aviation, Duke Energy, and Luxottica!!! 


We also appreciate the support and help from RRight Now Communications, LLC

The goal of Dia de Ciencias is to bring awareness to K-12 students and parents to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), college opportunities, scholarship information, and resources . The event is a 3 to 4 hour event where students will be engaged in fun STEM hand-oh activities while parent are engage in workshops that introduce them to STEM and provide them awareness about college, and information about financial aid.

Who is our audience? Latino students in high school and middle school, and their parents.

Number of students and parents we are attempting to invite? 100

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