Teen Science Café Exposes Students to STEM Career Fields
A new program in northern Michigan will help students gain leadership skills and exposure to STEM skills and careers. The Teen Science Café is open to all students in 8th-12th grade in the 10 county northwest lower Michigan region. The program is being coordinated by Newton’s Road and will feature teen led activities along with input from expert scientists.
Students who participate in the Teen Science Café will have the opportunity to serve on a leadership board and get to determine the topics explored. They will also experience a variety of science research and meet inspiring scientists.
The first meeting of the Teen Science Café is scheduled for October 24 in Traverse City and will highlight the Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle program of the Inland Seas Education Association. Space is limited and students must RSVP to Newton's Road Program Manager, Jeanna Michalek, at jeanna.michalek@
About Newton’s Road
Newton’s Road, a program of Networks Northwest, works with regional partners to leverage the unique characteristics of northern Michigan’s natural surroundings, knowledgeable workforce, and rich legacy of community involvement to champion, support and increase access to outstanding learning opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM Education).
Networks Northwest always proves to be a valued resource for our local government planning efforts. No organization does a better job of convening partners, promoting collaboration, and reporting on the data than does Networks NorthwestTy Wessell, Leelanau County Commissioner