STEAMworks@TERC is our new community room located near Porter Square, available for collaborations and to host STEAM-related gatherings.
Our inaugural programs include:
- Family Math Games and Creative Coding, both featuring TERC content
- Google Cardboard, virtual reality expeditions run by Google
- Tufts Univ.’s “Novel Engineering” maker workshop based on Judy Blume’s “Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing”
- Moms as Mentors® workshop for building STEM confidence in caretakers
TERC’s new space has hosted:
- Cambridge Science Festival
- Somerville Community Schools Clubs, featuring TERC’s Zoombinis
- SportsLab week-long club
- City Sprouts
- EL STEAM Network
- Agenda for Children
If you’re a school, afterschool program, or STEAM-related organization looking for an event location or hoping to partner with TERC, please email us STEAMworks@terc.edu or visit STEAMworks.TERC.edu.
STEAMworks@TERC is located on the first floor of 2067 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA.
Check out our new workshop—
How to be a STEM Mentor Workshop
Presented by Moms as Mentors®
Hosted by STEAMworks@TERC
For: Parents/caretakers of children in grades K-5
When: October 11, 2017, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Where: STEAMworks@ TERC
2067 Massachusetts Ave, 1st floor, Cambridge, MA 02140
This interactive workshop explores why it’s more important than ever for children, particularly girls, to be encouraged in the STEM fields and how parents and caregivers can be “STEM Mentors” for their children, regardless of their own comfort or experience with STEM. The session includes a discussion of practical ways to be a STEM mentor on a daily basis. Participants leave with take-home resources to help encourage their children’s STEM interest and confidence.
This workshop is for parents and caregivers only. Childcare will not be provided.
Does your family qualify for free and reduced lunch? Use promo code DISC_FRL for a discount.