STEM WEEK 2023 at Bristol Community College
STEM careers and industries are vital to the Massachusetts economy. STEM Week is an opportunity to highlight these career opportunities and the pathways that students can take in order to be successful in these jobs.
Registration is required.
A conversation with Dr. Timothy Hebert, Brown University
Monday, Oct 16 | 11 a.m. to noon | Fall River Campus (G Building)
Join us as we welcome Dr. Timothy Hebert to Bristol! Dr. Hebert has conducted extensive research in the areas of Earth Systems History and Paleoceanography, and currently teaches at Brown University.
A conversation with Dr. Tammy King, Bridgewater State University
Tuesday, Oct 17 | 2 to 3 p.m. | Taunton Center
South Coast Wind Presentation
Wednesday, Oct 18 | 10 to 11 a.m. | New Bedford Campus
Join us as members of the South Coast Wind team provide information on the growing field of offshore wind, the career opportunities available within our region, and the training and education needed to enter this exciting field.
CIS Alumni Panel
Wednesday, Oct. 18 | Noon to 1:30 p.m. | Zoom
Through this interactive virtual Q&A, learn from Bristol Computer Information System (CIS) alumni about the pathways that led them to their careers in CIS and other related fields.
STEM Trivia with the Dean
Thursday, Oct. 19 | Noon to 1 p.m. | Attleboro Campus, Student Lounge
Join your Dean of STEM, Dr. Adrienne Foster Scharf, in the student lounge, as you test your knowledge of all things STEM in our fun and interactive STEM Trivia event. All students welcome!
AIS, Inc. presentation featuring William Byrd, Protected Species Observer
Thursday, Oct. 19 | Noon to 1 p.m. | Fall River Campus L101
Join us as we hear from renowned protected species observer William Byrd and his team from A.I.S., Inc., to learn about the local career opportunities available in this exciting field!
Cardboard Canoe Workshop
Friday, Oct 20 | 1 p.m. | Fall River Campus Pond
Please join us for some hands-on fun and test your boat-building skills as we construct mini cardboard canoes using only duct tape and cardboard! Our STEM Club volunteers will showcase their amazing boat building skills as they display their creation and will provide guidance and helpful tips to those building their own mini models.