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STEM Enrichment by the National Inventors HoF: Pre-K-12 Programs to Inspire Curiosity and Innovation

Presented by: National Inventors Hall of Fame

Strand: K-12 Education

Honor. Inspire. Challenge.

The National Inventors Hall of Fame® is a non-profit organization that pays it forward and invests in the future of innovation and STEM. We believe our role as a Hall of Fame is to not only honor the individuals whose inventions have made the world a better place, but also to ensure American ingenuity continues to thrive in the hands of coming generations through our national, PreK-12 educational programs, Invention Playground®, Camp Invention®, Club Invention®, and Invention Project®. All of our educational programs focus on creativity, innovation and real-world problem solving and are differentiated by the spirit of invention that we infuse throughout the curriculum, with the help and inspiration of our Inductees.

Inspired by the Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame, our educational programs are designed to impact young minds through fun, hands-on activities. Hosted annually by over 1,300 schools and districts nationwide, these immersive enrichment programs are led by local, certified educators and promote STEM concepts, Intellectual Property Literacy™, and 21st century skills such as critical thinking and creative problem solving. We connect inventors to creative minds of all ages to provide these future leaders with the experiences and tools they need to help them realize their innovative potential.

Each program we offer embraces its own unique characteristics, but what ties them all together is an exciting environment with no wrong answers, a chance to brainstorm with peers, and an opportunity to build confidence in the natural ability to dream and create.

For more information, call Mark Miller, 800.968.4332 x 6080 or mmiller@invent.org, or visit www.campinvention.org.

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Governor’s STEM Advisory Council Massachusetts Business Roundtable UMass Donahue Institute WGBH