Iowa Department for the Blind STEM Festival Presenter 2020
Please fill out the form to indicate your plans to participate in the STEM Festival at the Iowa Department for the Blind, in Des Moines, Iowa. This festival is open to the public, and held in conjunction with the Iowa Braille Challenge. Participants will include Iowa Braille Challenge participants, their siblings and families, and other members of the public. Please plan for 100-175 participants.

We'd love to help you ensure your activity is accessible for participants! Just contact Tyler Swett, Accessible Media Specialist, at (515) 452-1343, He is ready to help with ideas and tips for modifications and universal design practices.

Sunday, February 29th, 2020
2-4 pm
Set Up 1pm
524 4th St
Des Moines, IA 50309

Booth hosts: Completing this form will reserve a booth for your organization. A standard booth is one 6ft table and two chairs.

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Telephone Number
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Please provide a description of your proposed hands-on activity. What will presenters do? What will students do? (We need this information for safety)
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Since many of the participants will be visually impaired, would you like us to email you for a discussion and/or tips in regard to universal design modifications and your activity/exhibit?
Please provide a two sentence description of your activity for the festival program. *
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Our mission is to help youth connect learning with STEM jobs in Iowa. Please list 1-3 examples of job titles that use the STEM skills related to your activity. STEM JOBS: *
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Check if your exhibit will need access to the following: (a standard booth is one 6ft table and two chairs. We will work with you to accomodate your activity's needs - space for launching, racing, etc. If you need extra space, please describe it in "other")
Please provide a complete list of materials for safety reasons.
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Describe any potential safety hazards and how you will minimize those safety risks. (i.e. provide students with safety goggles) See: for more safety guidelines
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