Mass STEM Hub Industry Expert Volunteers
Thank you for taking the time to share your expertise with STEM focused students in Massachusetts - it matters! Below please select the ways in which you would like to engage. Questions? Reach out to Andreina at
For which online opportunities would you like to register to volunteer? Select all that apply
[Dec 9-16] Online Challenge Reviewer: App Creation (looking for: software developers, computer scientists)
[Dec 9-16] Online Challenge Reviewer: Foot Orthosis Development (looking for: medical device engineers, therapists, sports medicine specialists)
[Dec 9-16] Online Challenge Reviewer: Blinking Sign Design (looking for: transportation engineers)
[Jan] Online Challenge Reviewer: Automation through Programming (looking for: mechanical engineers, computer scientists, robotics engineers)
[Jan] Online Challenge Reviewer: Reverse Engineering (looking for: engineers, designers, folks who work with CAD)
[Jan] Online Challenge Reviewer: Manufacturing a Box (looking for: box manufacturers, process engineers, quality control specialists)
[Feb] Online Challenge Reviewer: Future of Diabetes (looking for: medical researchers, medical device engineers, biologists)
For which in-person opportunities would you like to register to volunteer? Select all that apply
[Jan 29] Middle School Computer Science Innovators Showcase Judge: 9:30-1:00 at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge
[Feb 6] High School Workshop Mentor: 8:30-noon at UMass Lowell
[May 6] Middle School Automation and Robotics Showcase Judge: 9:30-1:00 at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem
[May 19/20/21 - date TBD] Senior Capstone Showcase Judge
[June 3] Middle School Design Showcase Judge: 9:30-1:00 at Merck Labs in Boston
[June 9] Elementary School Design Showcase Judge: 9:30-12:00 at Zoo New England in Boston
If you registered for Jan 29 CS Showcase or Feb 6 HS Workshop, are you also available for the snow date: Feb 3 and Feb 11, respectively? It is not mandatory that you be available for both dates to register.
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