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If you are interested in engaging with BostonTechMom for STEM planning services, please complete this free, no-obligation questionnaire. Your answers will help BostonTechMom determine whether we can help you and your child find potential programs that meet your criteria. If there is an opportunity, and you decide to move forward with the service, BostonTechMom will research and provide a customized list of STEM programs that meet your criteria for a prepaid fee of $300.
Parent's first and last name
Your child’s name
Current year in school
Check all that apply.
I want my child to participate in a STEM program.
My child wishes to attend a STEM program.
What have you budgeted ($) to spend on STEM programs? We need this information to ensure we can help develop a realistic plan.
How much are you willing to spend per program?
Do you have a preference for timing of participation? Check all that apply.
Select when your child is available to participate in programs. Check all that apply.
School vacation weeks
Desired type of program. Check all that apply.
Desired type of learning style. Check all that apply.
Classroom format/formal teaching
What is the distance in miles you are willing to travel from your home address?
What are your child’s favorite classes/subjects in school?
Tell us about previous STEM programs and camps your child has attended outside of school, and what his or her experience was.
Tell us about specific STEM skills or experience your child has.
What subject matter are you looking for? Check all that apply.
App Design and Development
Digital Media (Design and Animation)
Game Design and Development
Medicine and Healthcare
STEAM (STEM with "Art")
Website Design and Development
What are your goals and expectations for STEM programs? Please be specific.
Is there an area of expertise or skill your child is trying to acquire or improve?
Is there any additional information you want to share?
How did you hear about BostonTechMom?
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