"TALENT IS DISTRIBUTED EQUALLY - OPPORTUNITIES ARE NOT!"We believe that investing in our youth to develop their creative problem-solving skills from an early age is essential to their ability to thrive in the rapidly evolving global economy. Here is what we are doing about it:
Empowering Families by Creating a Regional STEM Hub!
Regional Career Investigation Platform (Work in Progress)
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Get tips from Newton's Road executive director Barb Termaat and seasoned homeschool parent Rose Zivkovich on engaging your students and developing learning habits at home.
Rube Goldberg Machines are crazy contraptions that do very simple tasks. They are a very fun way to develop a wide variety of engineering skills!
Every six months over a three year period the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics sends an occupational employment statistics survey to businesses across the country. Newton’s Road, a STEM-focused nonprofit in Traverse City, is asking those businesses to fill that survey out.
A Northern Michigan nonprofit is bringing STEM learning to your home. Newton’s Road in Traverse City has created fun daily STEM activities for your kids to do at home. They are also hosting weekly live STEM sessions for different age groups.
A Northern Michigan nonprofit is working to engage students at home in STEM learning...
Newton's Road, a nonprofit STEM learning organization, has launched an at-home STEM Contest series for youths in Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, and Leelanau counties. The first contest, Build Your Own Rube Goldberg Machine, is accepting entries through Tuesday, April 14.
This week on Points North, we talk to the publisher of the Glen Arbor Sun about a proposed housing development near Crystal Lake. Also, a man lost nearly 80 pounds on a plant-based diet. Plus, kids now have access to STEM learning at regional libraries.