On April 6, Maui Now published an article about Hawaii’s upcoming STEM conference at the Hawaii Convention Center on Oahu, and mentioned the role that HawaiiKidsCAN will play in leading educational sessions:

Over 55 hands-on student sessions will be offered by education teams and industry experts from Air Force Research Laboratory; Blue Planet Foundation; Camp CenterStage/Maui OnStage; Chaminade University; DevLeague; Education Incubator; Elemental Excelerator; Hawaiʻi Energy; Hawaiʻi Technology Academy; HawaiiKidsCAN; Honolulu Community College-PCATT; Innovative Educator Consulting & Wonder Workshop; Iolani School; Kapiʻolani Community College-STEM Program; King Kekaulike High School; Maui High School ACOM; Maui Science Center; Microsoft; Molokai High School, Hawaiian Immersion Language Program; Momilani Elementary School; Monsanto Hawaiʻi; Patsy T. Mink Leadership Alliance; Science Camps of America; STEMscopes; UH College of Engineering; and UH Institute for Astronomy.


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