Explore how JetBlue is staying connected with its passengers, even when it’s not in the skies, with their new program “JetBlue Jr.”

  JetBlue’s commitment to keeping you entertained and informed is nonstop, even when you’re not flying. And let’s be honest — some of you can probably use some “inflight entertainment” for your little ones right now. You know what they say, time flies when you’re learning new things. Introducing JetBlue Jr., an educational video series […]

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At Home Activities and Resources for Your Child

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Looking for STEM-related activities and resources for your children while they are out of school? We’ve compiled the below list for you and your family to keep learning fun and engaging while we all stay at home in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19. We will update this list often, so please check […]

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Middle School Student Names NASA’s Next Mars Rover

NASA’s next Mars rover has a new name – Perseverance. Alexander Mather, a 13-year-old student from Virginia submitted the winning name. The seventh-grader submitted the winning entry to the agency’s “Name the Rover” essay contest, which received 28,000 entries from K-12 students from every U.S. state and territory. According to Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator of […]

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The Long Island STEM Hub and Empire State Development Announce the Launch of “Full STEM Ahead Long Island” Video Series and Curriculum

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Videos and Correlated Curriculum Highlight Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math on Long Island The Long Island STEM Hub and Empire State Development (ESD) announced the launch of a new video series and curriculum for children in grades K-12 titled “Full STEM Ahead Long Island,” which will highlight science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) […]

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Girl Power in STEM: “Each for Equal!”

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Girl Power in STEM: “Each for Equal!” is a symposium to celebrate the accomplishments of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. Lecturers and panelists will discuss the impact of women in STEM careers, on the work environment, and on the economy; how we as a society can improve women’s participation in STEM […]

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Boy Scout Badge at the Cradle of Aviation

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This February, the Cradle of Aviation will host a Four Badge Boy Scout Mini Camp from Tuesday-Thursday, February 18-20, 2020, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Scouts enrolled will complete camp with the Aviation, Energy, Space Exploration and Robotics Merit Badges. Dress: Class “B” uniforms Cost: $200 per scout (non member), $170 (member) Scouts must provide Blue Cards […]

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Saturday Science for Students!

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Are you, or do you know a College or High School student who is curious about Science and would like to meet people in various Science careers? Molloy College has an exclusive opportunity, the chance to meet professionals in the Sciences! Once a month Molloy College hosts a scientist or academician at The Explorer’s Club, […]

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NYIT Hosts 24-Hour Hackathon

On Memorial Day weekend, the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) hosted a 24-hour hackathon that welcomed nearly 200 high school students from around the Northeast and beyond. The event was organized by TeenHacks LI, a nonprofit founded by entrepreneurial students Wesley Pergament and Jeffrey Yu of Jericho and Roslyn high schools, respectively. The hackathon […]

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ASPIRE Scholars

If you or someone you know is a Biology or Earth and Environmental Sciences major with financial need – there is an opportunity to become an ASPIRE scholar! A: Academic support S: Scholarships for 4-years P: Professional mentoring I: Internship opportunities R: Research early immersion E: Enrichment activities Prepare for employment and/or graduate studies in a science-related field. For […]

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