Dream Catchers is a STEM program provided by the American Indian Outreach Committee for middle and high school students. The program gets students involved in fun, hands-on, science and engineering activities and provides an opportunity to explore a variety of STEM careers.
Sandia National Laboratories and their fine group of STEM volunteers will be hosting a fun educational day on the UNM Gallup Campus, Friday, April 27th from 930am to 3pm. Click 2018 DCSP Flyer for a description of the classes being offered.
9:30 – 10:00 Students arrive – Welcome and class sign ups, separate out to classrooms
10:00 – 12:00 Hands-on workshop
12:00 – 2:30 Pizza lunch
12:30 – 2:30 Hands-on workshop
2:30 Group photo and dismiss
Advisors designated to attend this fine event are required to have each student fill out the Photo Code of Conduct Release Forms (sidebar). Students will need signatures from parents so please distribute forms ASAP.
Lunch will be provided for advisors and students!