Green Bay Region STEM Partners
With Design Thinking at its core, the Einstein Project programming develops and strengthens a “maker-mindset” that empowers us to take on new challenges and opportunities. Tinkering, guided projects, instant maker challenges, personally directed projects, and design challenges offer a wide range of opportunities to learn, sharpen and utilize the hard and soft skills that prepare us for our creative economy. Programming includes robotics, engineering, and more and can be tailored to meet STEM badge requirements.
2019 Technology Way, Green Bay, WI 54311
920.569.9888 | firstname.lastname@example.org
At Hands on Deck, troops will practice traditional building skills and create one of a kind projects. Classes can be tailored to many STEM badges and journeys, such as Think Like an Engineer and all of the Mechanical Engineering badges, as well as the Junior Jeweler and Cadette Woodworker badge.
1031 12th Ave, Green Bay, Wi 54304 | Workshop is on the corner of Bay Beach Rd. and Angie Ave.
email@example.com | 920.544.1915
National Railroad Museum offers Girl Scout Journey Sleepovers, helping girls earn their Think Like an Engineer journey at any level and A World of Girls and Brownie Quest for Brownies. Additional sleepover programs include Hobo Jungle and High-Speed Rail Designer. All food is included, and girls will sleep among the trains!
2285 S Broadway, Green Bay 54304
920.437.7623 | firstname.lastname@example.org