Youth@Bruce Talks

YOBfronttshirt Students may sign up to attend the October 26, 2014 Youth@Bruce Talks “Explorer’s Journey“.  An afternoon of inspiration from accomplished explorers— whose discoveries impact our lives and shape the scope of understanding.  These talks will be live streamed, but high school and college students can sign up to be part of the live audience.  Noon to 4 pm at the Bruce Museum.  email to sign up to attend or  for more information.  Seating is limited.

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The Explorer’s Journey

YOBTALKSLOGOThe Explorer’s Journey: Pushing Boundaries

“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known” – Carl Sagan

Sunday – October 26, 2014 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Join us for an afternoon of discovery with leaders in the field of exploration.

Accomplished explorers—whose discoveries impact our lives and shape the scope of understanding—will share their passion, vision, and journey in this unique live-streamed event.

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The Explorer’s Journey shares the experiences of the brightest minds in science that help push the boundaries of the world we think we know. Join these explorers as they reveal their discoveries from the farthest depths of the ocean, land, and the cosmos. We hope to expand the curiosity of young minds through first hand experiences, and to challenge emerging explorers’ goals to pursue STEM careers that help them envision journeys that can turn science fiction into science fact.

About Youth@Bruce: Youth@Bruce is the Bruce Museum’s Youth Committee. A student volunteer group with a diverse background from neighboring communities that are provided the opportunity to learn and gain job skills through the creation and participation in Youth specific projects. Youth@Bruce is a participant in the Association of Science Technology Centers’ Youth Inspired Challenge, a national program introduced by President Obama’s goal to strengthen science, technology, engineering and mathematics in America’s education programs.

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