Educate Maine will host our Annual Education Symposium and Leadership Luncheon on Dec. 6th. NEW THIS YEAR: Innovation Hall.
For more information: http://www.educatemaine.org/events/2019-symposium
Open to high school and home-school students, the Thomas Cup will feature up to 30 teams competing for the top bragging rights in a number of technology competitions including cyber defense, gaming, computer science, and crime scene investigation (CSI).
The Thomas Cup will begin on at 8 AM on December 7th and continue throughout the night until approximately 9 PM.
Throughout the event, teams of 5 students will test their skills in challenges including:
While the Thomas Cup is centered on technology, competitors will need more than just technical skills to succeed. The best teams will combine a mix of project management, innovation, creativity, teamwork, leadership, and more in order to overcome the challenges and defeat their opponents.
No matter what interests and skills competitors bring to the table, they’ll enjoy a unique night of exciting challenges on the Thomas College campus, all at no cost.
Register your team by October 31st: https://www.thomas.edu/thomas-cup/
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Jim Delorie at email@example.com or 207-859-1183.
Maine Digital Festival is on Dec. 14 at the Augusta Civic Center. For community & families to explore and try hands-on activities. There will be two workshops that will require pre-registration. Grab your free tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-maine-digital-festival-tickets-80697116247
This is a Maine Science Festival pop-up event.