ECU Basketball Form: Click Here
Any STEM student interested in attending an ECU Basketball game on Wednesday, January 17th 2018 from 4pm-9:15pm can sign-up by clicking on the link below. After teachers review the list of students interested in going, permission forms will be distributed to all the students eligible to attend. Only limited spots are available for GCHS (40). Click on the link below to complete the form to attend and see additional information. Deadline to sign-up is 1/3/18.
ECU Basketball Form: Click Here
Any STEM student that is interested in purchasing a t-shirt ($17) can select one of the following options depending on the school site:
GCHS: See Ms. Whitson in the library or Mr. Garcia in the MakerSpace to order and pay for a t-shirt.
GCMS: See Ms. Grant in her office to order and pay for a t-shirt.
Click on each school to see a flyer. Deadline to order is 9/29/17
Learn How You Can Become The Next Great Innovator In Manufacturing
Get an up-close view of the fastest-growing and most profitable industries in North America Learn How You Can Become The Next Great Innovator In Manufacturing. Learn what modern manufacturing facilities are like Explore various technology components utilized in manufacturing
(Facility Tours Scheduled by Availability) 11:00am-2:00pm (Manufacturing Expo)
This event is free for students! Lunch will be catered for participants!
Any STEM student interested in attending the free event on October 10th from 9AM-2:30PM needs to select the link below and complete the sign-up form. More information will follow after deadline to sign-up on 9/15 expires.
Event Flyer: Manufacturing Day
Click Here: Sign-up Form
The STEM Expo is scheduled for April 11th from 2:00PM-5:30PM at Greene County Middle. STEM will need volunteers, and presenters to make it a success. Please click on the link below and sign-up for one of the categories to support.
Click Here: Volunteer Form
Greene County S.T.E.M. Student Science Enrichment Program
College and/or Career Readiness
(Sponsored by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund)
• Learn how to conduct scientific research that leads to innovation.
• Engage students in long-term and ongoing student-led STEM research.
• Work collaboratively and develop 21st Century skills while solving global problems.
Sponsored by the Burroughs Welcome Fund, is seeking 15-20 high school students in grades 9-12 who are willing to apply for this opportunity to:
• Participate in a one-week course at East Carolina University (all expenses paid) in early August 2017 to explore “cutting edge” research in several fields of science and medicine.
• To develop a research idea and conduct scientific research to solve a problem. Then, students will present and defend their research at the Regional Science and Engineering Fair at UNC-Wilmington in 2018.
The costs of meals, lodging (at ECU), and materials will be provided for all students who are accepted and complete the activities outlined in the grant. An informational session will be communicated and held at Greene Central for students accepted to participate in the Student Science Enrichment Program during the summer of 2107.
To apply: Scan the QR Code below or click on the following link: SSEP Application.
Applications and questions may be directed to: Mr. José Garcia at email@example.com
The S.T.E.M. Society was established to provide leadership opportunities beyond the classroom for students in the S.T.E.M. Academy at Greene Central High School. Any rising 9th grader or current 9th-12th grade STEM student that would like community service hours and receive credit for STEM community events can sign-up to serve as a STEM Ambassador for the 2017/2018 school year. Applications will be reviewed and students will be notified by April 2017. eMail Mr. Garcia for more information or questions, firstname.lastname@example.org
STEM Application: Click Here
Applications are open for our Girls in Science and Boys in Science Summer Ed-Venture residential summer camps through the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences! Campers will spend a science-intensive week exploring the natural world through science activities, hikes and visits to the Museum and other sites around the Raleigh area, and will have the opportunity to meet several women and men in science.
·Girls in Science for rising 6th and 7th grade girls will take place June 19-24: naturalsciences.org/learn/girls-in-science-summer
·Boys in Science for rising 7th and 8th grade boys will take place July 17-21: naturalsciences.org/learn/boys-in-science-summer
Online applications and adult recommendations are due by March 13th. Campers will spend the week at the Overnight Lodge at Blue Jay Point County Park, making these camps perfect for families both in the Raleigh area and across the state!
Please direct questions to Lynn Cross at email@example.com or by phone at 919-707-9882, or Erin Apple at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 919-707-9951.
Mr. J Garcia