Jr. Tech - Designing Real World Solutions and a Science Experiment Day

Workshops on November 2nd and December 7th
(Courtesy of Jr.Tech)

Designing Solutions for Real-World Problems

Think, solve, design, make!

Social engineering is an emerging field requiring people from all backgrounds to work together and solve problems. You will use the design-thinking process to become social engineers and then design solutions to authentic problems in your home, school, or community. Join the fun developing an idea, building a low-tech prototype, and completing a working prototype. 6 hrs of fun!

Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019

Time: 9:00am-3:00pm

Grades: 5-7

Fee: $75 (includes materials)

Location: Osterville Village Library, 43 Wianno Ave, Osterville, MA


Science and Engineering Wonder Lab

Magnetic field force magic, floating orbs, splitting sunbeams, balloon powered cars, springing catapults and more! Experience a fun winter day full of hands-on science, engineering activities, and engaging projects! 6 hours of fun!

Date: Saturday, December 7, 2019

Time: 9:00am-3:15pm

Grades: 4-6

Fee: $75 (includes materials)

Location: Osterville Village Library, 43 Wianno Ave, Osterville, MA








Jr.Tech of Cape Cod is hosting a wide selection of STEM (Science, Technology Engineering, and Math) workshops and camps for all ages throughout the 2019-2020 school year. 

For additional information, including registration links, please visit https://juniortech.org/stem-programs/current-offerings/



Since 2005, Jr.Tech’s mission is to engage 4th–12th grade students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). We broaden students’ awareness of career paths in STEM, increase skills, and encourage a lifelong interest. All programs and workshops are high-quality, hands-on and are taught by current industry professionals.  Jr. Tech is a 501(C)(3) non-profit educational corporation. 

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