4-H National Youth Maker Summit 2016

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From November 10th to 13th, the 2016 National Youth Maker Summit brings students together as they build, invent and experiment with leaders in the STEM field. Innovative high school students from across the country will spend four days in Washington, DC learning about a variety of engineering and science practices, through workshops held by accomplished mentors.

Thank you to Hughes engineer Karl Fosburg and fellow STEM career panelists for leading youth through an exploration of America’s STEM workforce at the 4-H National Youth Maker Summit. We are excited to participate in an exciting learning experience for the students in attendance who will gain knowledge of science-related subject matters and begin shaping their career paths.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be a part of the innovative, hands-on Makers Movement.  For more information on this event and other exciting STEM activities visit:

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