Hawai’i STEM Conference – Teacher Professional Development


MEDB Women In Technology (WIT) is excited to announce that registration to our 9th annual Hawaii STEM Conference is now LIVE! Educators may register for one or both days of teacher professional development being held April 10th and 11th at the Hawaii Convention Center in Honolulu.

Over 1,000 students, teachers, industry professionals and community leaders will again convene in O’ahu to participate in two days of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professional development & hands-on sessions, STEM competitions, and/or career awareness opportunities.

Educators are encouraged to register today to engage in hands-on STEM learning, to explore the latest tools, technologies and educational resources, and to discover students’ positive impact throughout the state as they showcase their service-learning STEMworks™ projects.

WHAT:          The Hawaii STEM Conference Teacher Professional Development 
WHEN:          Tuesday, April 10, 2018  &  Wednesday, April 11, 2018 (April 10th attendees are invited to the STEMworks™ Spotlight showcasing the Service-Learning Achievements of STEMworks™ students across the state. Student peers, educators, industry professionals and local dignitaries will learn about the impact Hawai’i students create in our islands.)

WHERE:       Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, O’ahu
WHY:             Engage in Interactive Activities Promoting STEM K-12 Education. Explore the STEMworks™ Interactive Exhibitor    Playground to Engage in Mini-Sessions featuring the latestSTEM Educational Tools, Technologies, & Resources 

FEE:               $100 Registration Fee per Day (Does not include Parking or Lunch) Note: Educators may register for One or Both days (Agenda is still being finalized but teachers may register now to reserve a spot).
                        Register now at http://bit.ly/2DurWos
VIDEO:         Hawaii STEM Conference Promotional Video: https://vimeo.com/237993927

For more information, please contact Denissa Andrade at denissa@medb.org or 8808-270-6805.