Northeastern University has opened registration to their fall Waterfall program for High School Students. They invite students on campus for this two day event to attended FREE classes taught by Northeastern University students. Join the Science Squad and participate in interactive experiments, design and engineer a contraption for a Reverse Egg Drop, ponder the Philosophy of the Good Life, and learn How (not) to Die in a Chemistry Lab.
Who: 9th - 12th grade students
Where: Northeastern University, Boston, MA
When: Saturday, Nov 3 & Nov 10, 2018 - 10 am - 3:20 pm
Cost: FREE, Lunch is NOT provided
Welcome! I'm Debbi and I'm so glad you're here! As a mom of two boys I found it difficult to find resources on STEM programs for my kids. I spent hours researching which resulted in my kids having some amazing STEM opportunities. I want to share information with other families. I try to focus on free or low-cost events so that opportunities are available to children no matter their family's income level.
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