Science Aboard the Intrepid

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Do you know how to make a light bulb? The campers from Dunlevy Milbank Center do.

After weeks of participation in Time Warner Cable’s Connect a Million Minds (CAMM) Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) based initiative; kids were excited to show off what they learned during a celebration at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. 

After a big “thank you” to the participants, the program’s organizers and supporters unveiled a huge cake of CAMM’s robot mascot. The cake depicted different activities the students were involved in this summer, including the STEM research behind golf, basketball, and NASCAR.

Participants were taken on an exclusive tour of the Intrepid and given the opportunity to present their projects. Campers from Milbank were inspired to learn more about electricity conductance from their time with the CAMM programs and demonstrated what they learned to the growing audience at their booth.