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BURLINGTON COUNTY — The All Things Are Possible Foundation to host its annual STEAM Day at The Boro Epicenter at East Ridge Plaza of Willingboro from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 9.
STEAM Day is an opportunity for school-aged students to explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics through experiential learning opportunities, demonstrations and hearing from industry professionals.
“Expect lively dialogue and hands-on demonstrations with industry professionals,” ATAP said in a statement. “Enjoy light refreshments and great networking opportunities. Connect with local colleges and receive helpful information from PSEG and various community affairs representatives.”
Each individual and organization joining STEAM Day have expansive networks and resources that ATAP leverages to bring to the community to encourage more youth to pursue STEAM-related careers.
The event is free to the public and is sponsored by PSEG. Online registration is required at www.atapfoundation.org.
Dr. Tiffani Worthy, who sits on Willingboro Township Council and former mayor, is the founder of All Things Are Possible. ATAP’s mission is to empower the youth and to enhance the community through academics, athletics, arts and awareness. Worthy is a U.S. Military Academy West Point graduate, veteran and collegiate educator.
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