Programs With NYU K12STEM

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Tech Kids Unlimited has teamed up with NYU’s Center for K12 STEM Education to reserve spots for neurodiverse students in upcoming summer workshops! Students who register through TKU will receive additional staff support to enhance their experience and ensure their success in the program.

July 8 – August 2

Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm
In-Person at Downtown Brooklyn

Deadline to enroll: April 14, or when spots are filled.

SONYC is an introduction to the study of noise pollution, one of the topmost quality-of-life issues for urban residents in the United States and particularly in NYC. Students will be able to study the public health consequences of sound by sampling sounds, studying sound waves in local communities, building devices that make and monitor sound, and evaluating how pollution ultimately affects human well-being. Students will demonstrate the skills and knowledge they learn by creating actual smart city technologies that they present at an end-of-program expo. Orientation will be on June 28 via Zoom, 1:00-4:00pm EST.

Eligibility:  NYC Residents, Age 12 by the start of the program but not older than 14 on the day program begins

When you register for this program, you will receive a brief application. If you are not accepted, you will have the opportunity to enroll in our other weeklong summer workshops.

Sounds of New York City (SONYC)


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