NanoTecNexus Interns To Deliver Second Library Workshop
Do-U-Nano Library Workshop – Aug 14, 2015
North University Community Library
8820 Judicial Dr., San Diego, Ca 92122
1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Open to the public!
Families and kids of all ages are invited to this special learning treat featuring fun hands-on-demonstrations and experiments about the extraordinary nature of materials at the nanoscale. Kids and adults alike will enjoy learning about the potential uses of the technology through this workshop led by Ian Lee, a 2nd year NanoTecNexus Intern. Joining Ian are four other NTN interns who also want to help inspire students to pursue science, technology, engineering & math (STEM) education and careers.
Please share this invitation further to friends and family in the San Diego area.
Adriana Vela, NanoTecNexus Founder
NanoTecNexus Intern Programs and Activities
Summer Internship Program
The program is designed to provide interns with real world experience and opportunity to build industry skills. On July 25th the NanoTecNexus Internship Program held an event at the Carmel Valley Public Library to inspire and educate middle school students on the wonders and benefits of nanotechnology. More here. The library workshops are one of several projects taken on by the NanoTecNexus intern team that combine many of the skills the interns have gained from their individual projects, including researching and presenting scientific ideas in a way that is approachable and exciting.
Exhibiting at USA Science & Engineering Festival
In 2014, NanoTecNexus assembled a team and exhibited at the USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington DC. The festival hosted 325,000 people over four days and NanoTecNexus was one of 1,000 organizations exhibiting and promoting STEM education. The next festival is in 2016 and we look forward to participating.