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April 25, 2019

Calling all makers, artists, techies, gamers and more! THIS IS THE STEAM EVENT YOU’VE BEEN WAITING FOR! Journey into STEAM at the Military Aviation Museum is an exclusive event for middle and high school students, power-packed with opportunities to learn, explore and get hands-on with STEAM. The STEAM Fair allows you to speak directly to the experts, participate in hands-on activities and discover future career opportunities in emerging industries.

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Event Highlights

Included with A Journey into STEAM – Virginia Beach:

  • Admission to the Military Aviation Museum
  • Interact with STEAM-based companies, a maker community, government agencies and non-profits during the STEAM Fair
  • Museum programs including the STEAM Exploration Tour and Drone Ace Pilot Challenge
  • Lunch
  • Private flight demonstration
  • Attend a keynote address and Q & A highlighting STEAM
  • Short mini-sessions throughout the day from the STEAM Fair experts
  • A unique Journey into STEAM lanyard

 

Itinerary

All Day

  • Admission to the Military Aviation Museum
  • Interact with STEAM-based companies, a maker community, government agencies and non-profits during the STEAM Fair
  • Short mini-sessions from the STEAM Fair experts

Morning Session

  • Attend a keynote address and Q & A highlighting STEAM

Lunch

Afternoon Session

  • Private flight demonstration
Pricing

$235 per student* and $135 per adult*

*Pricing does not include transportation to event, hotel or food. Packages can be customized to include these.

FAQs

How many makers will be a part of the STEAM Fair?

We expect between 12 and 15 total exhibitors ranging from fields like prototyping companies, robotics groups, sustainable operations, farm-to-table restaurants, biomedical research, forensics, and high-tech manufacturing, to name a few.

What’s involved in the private flight demonstration?

Participants in Journey into STEAM will watch from the tarmac as three warbirds from WWI and WWII startup, taxi, takeoff, flyby, and land. Students will be able to speak with the pilots and see the planes up close after flight. 

If you have any questions, please contact Nick Georgoudiou, Event Director.