Developing Minds: Discovering and Exploring Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, and Medicine
This will be an exciting time to meet scientisists, technologists, engineers, artists and medical professionals and learn about their careers and education. You will have an opportunity to speak with college representatives and alumni, while finding out what it takes to land a job and work in S.T.E.A.M.M. fields.
This is a free event open to ALL High School Students. **We are also exctied to announce that we have mulitple scholarship opportunities for high school seniors. All participants registered as seniors, will receive an e-mail with more information regarding the scholarship!
Public, Private and Charter High School students are welcome as well as Church and Community Groups.
***Registration is required***
In an effort to plan for all students and expedite entry to the event, each participant must register. If you are registering a group, each name must be be entered.
Are my parent or guardian required to attend?
You are welcome to attend on your own. Your parents, adult family member or friend who supports you in your best efforts in school and in DAPCEP are also welcome come to this event.
Will food be provided?
Continental Breakfast, snacks and lucnch will be provided.
Do I need to print and bring my registration ticket with me?
Yes, you must bring your registration ticket with you. Paper or e-copy is fine.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Can I update my registration information?
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
No, the name on the registration must be the actual atendee.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can email your questions to :
- Links/DAPCEP STEMM Event Team
A Links Collaborative: Detroit, Great Lakes, Greater Wayne County & Renaissance Chapters Linked in Friendship, Connected in Service - www.linksinc.org
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A Links Collaborative with DACPEP
Our objective is to expose DAPCEP students and other interested students from the metro Detroit areas to real life STEAMM professionals in a causal environment where students can engage freely and discuss career aspirations while learning from experienced professionals.