STEM Camp 18 Registration!

Registration for our summer STEM Camps is coming up! Camp schedules and sign-up will be available on our website www.nvcc.edu/systemic in mid-January 2018.

If you would like to make sure you secure a STEM Camp spot as early as possible, please fill out our STEM Camp18 Interest Form and we will notify you immediately by email as soon as registration becomes live.

A few STEM Camp 18 details:

  • 1-week camps are still only $315
  • Camps will be offered in a variety of locations in Fairfax, Loudoun & Prince William counties and Alexandria
  • Camps run from 9am to 4pm
  • There are discounts available for signing up for multiple camps and/or signing up multiple children

STEM Camp 18 offerings include:

  • Coding ES (3rd-5th Grade)
  • STEM ES (4th-5th Grade)
  • VEX IQ Robotics ES (4th-5th Grade)
  • VEX IQ Challenge (4th-8th Grade)
  • VEX IQ Robotics MS (6th-8th Grade)
  • STEM MS (6th-8th Grade)
  • Arduino (6th-10th Grade)
  • VEX 1 Robotics (6th-12th Grade)
  • VEX 2 Robotics (7th-12th Grade)
  • Rocketry (7th-12th Grade)
  • Cybersecurity 1 (9th-12th Grade)
  • Cybersecurity 2 (9th-12th Grade)
  • Pre-Health (9th-12th Grade)

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STEMinars & Jr. STEMinars Interest Form

We will be continuing our popular STEMinars in early 2018. To be notified as soon as registration is live, fill out our STEMinars Interest Form

STEMinars
High School (11th & 12th grade) and college STEM students can take affordable courses during the school year that equip them with important skills for a STEM career. Courses offered in 2018 include Cybersecurity, Coding, Math, CAD/3D-Printing and more!

Jr. STEMinars
Students (3rd-10th grade) who want to get ahead on a STEM pathway can take our CAD/3D Printing, Coding, Raspberry Pi Arduino and Robotics courses during the school year. Junior STEMinars are educational, equipping, affordable and fun!

NOVA STEM Day – Sept 30. Register now!

Our 4th NOVA STEM Day is coming up on Saturday Sept 30th at the NOVA Loudoun Campus!

STEM day provides a showcase of opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).  Designed for students of all ages, the NOVA STEM day features hands-on exhibits, workshops, food, fun, and learning! The event is FREE, open to the public and runs from 10am to 4pm. 

See the event website for registration, FAQ’s, and photos from past STEM Day events!

As always, we have numerous sponsorship opportunities and we need your help! For sponsorship information please contact Liz Coffey at ecoffey@nvcc.edu or call (540) 305-7758

NOVA STEM Day Location:
Northern Virginia Community College – Loudoun Campus
21200 Campus Drive
Sterling, VA 20164

Scholarship Alert! NOVA Engineering Students

 

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) and Virginia Tech have created a scholarship opportunity for full-time NOVA Engineering students. The name of the scholarship program is Virginia Tech Network for Engineering Transfer Students (VT-NETS) and it is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The scholarship will provide each successful applicant with up to $6,000 a year over two years while working towards completion of the A.S. in Engineering degree at NOVA. After earning the degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, students would have the opportunity to continue full-time at Virginia Tech pursuing a B.S. degree in Engineering. While at Virginia Tech the scholarship would provide up to $10,000 a year over two years and fully fund a student’s study abroad experience as part of Virginia Tech’s Engineering program.

Please note, this scholarship program is intended for NOVA first-time freshman or early Engineering program majors (those who have not completed any program specific engineering, science or math courses).

Full details of the scholarship opportunity, application criteria and applications structure can be found here:http://eng.vt.edu/academics/vtnets/about.html

It is strongly recommend that you review the application criteria and structure before beginning the application. The application deadline is August 4, 2017.

The application can be found here: https://virginiatech.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0NXm7kgriFfRSDz

For more information on the program please contact Professor Nina Lord, Prof. Amy Richardson or Professor David Lin (info listed below). All three are full-time engineering faculty at NOVA and will be able to address your questions or route them to the appropriate office. The program is available to students from all NOVA Campuses.

Alexandria Campus: Amy Richardson – ajrichardson@nvcc.edu, 703-933.8065

Annandale Campus: David Lin – dlin@nvcc.edu, 703-323-3597

Manassas Campus: Nina Lord – nlord@nvcc.edu, 703-530-3022

STEMinars – May 13 – Register Now

Our STEMinars are back!

STEMinars are engaging STEM workshops for High School and College Students.

Sign up for CAD/3D Printing and/or Coding STEMinars that will be held at the NOVA Loudoun Campus (Templin Higher Education Center) on Saturday May 13th. You can register here for one or both STEMinars.

STEMinars are $25 each. You can sign up for both for only $40, plus a free lunch. You will receive a completion certificate at the end of the session.

Click here for a one-page flyer for this event.

The CAD/3D Printing STEMinar (9am – 12pm) will focus on the following:

  • Students will be introduced to Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  • Students will start with a basic CAD file and modify it to be personalized
  • Students will be able to print a basic prototype or 3D model

The Coding STEMinar (1pm – 4pm) will introduce students how to utilize an Arduino Uno:

  • Students will learn how to use an Arduino to complete a project.
  • Basic electronics and circuitry will be introduced.
  • Coding or creating sketches will be introduced.

NOVA Loudoun Campus address:
21200 Campus Drive
Temple Higher Education Center
Sterling, VA 20164

Paid Internship & Camp Instructor Opportunities!

We have excellent paid internship and camp instructor opportunities for students residing in northern Virginia this summer. Don’t miss a great chance to get a head start on STEM career!

Interns will help develop STEM Curriculum, aid with outreach and EXPOs and prepare for Robotics Competitions.

Camp Instructors will work with students age 8-18 at our STEM Camps, instruct STEM Camp Curriculum & teach one or more STEM camps.

Sign up at intern.novastem.us/Apply and/or camp.novastem.us/InstructorApplication

Check out and share our STEM Intern flyer