The event will be held at the Track & Field grounds of IS 52 (650 Academy Street, NY NY) on Saturday, June 3rd from 12 to 5 pm.
A press conference is also scheduled for Wednesday, May 31st from 6 pm to 8 pm at 5030 Broadway.
The purpose of the Technology Fair is to raise awareness and help promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) careers among college, middle and high school students. We have invited and received confirmation from industry leaders to speak and provide interactive exhibitions around the innovations that their companies have to offer. The event will feature companies representing various technical industries, elected officials, educational administrators, and hundreds of students. This will be a groundbreaking opportunity for the youth in the local community to network with STEM professionals and learn about rewarding careers and potential future internships.
There will be performances by the local marching band. Technical exhibitions will include robotics, exotic cars, virtual reality companies and many more! More than half dozen technical gifts will be raffled including drones, tablets, programming kits, and more!
Here’s a snippet of invitations that went out to participating companies.
“On behalf of New York City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, Congressman Adriano Espaillat, Community School District # 6 and the City College of New York, it is our pleasure to invite you to The American Association of Latinos in STEM’s (AALSTEM) Tech Fair in The Heights. The event is scheduled to be hosted on the track and field grounds of I.S. 52 on Saturday, June 3, 2017, from 12-5pm. I.S. 52 is located at 650 Academy St, New York, NY 10034.”
The event will be covered by various media channels and will be attended by:
- Elected officials, such as US Congressman Adriano Espaillat, NYS Senator Marisol Alcantara, NYS Assemblywoman, Carmen De LaRosa, and NYC Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez.
- Keynote Speaker – Henry Garrido Executive Director of DC37.
- Technical representatives from approximately 24 companies such as Microsoft, MLB, BMW, Con Edison, Spectrum, NYC DDC, NYS SCA, DURO UAS, DC37, Control Electropolishing Corporation, New York Life and others
- School District 6 Superintendent Manny Ramirez and Hundreds of College, HS, and JHS students from the community of Northern Manhattan