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"Noche de Ciencias" at ELAC


East Los Angeles Colleges (Foyer G3)

1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez
Monterey Park , CA 91754 United States

The East Los Angeles Community College (ELAC) Engineering Club in partnership with the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) ELAC Chapter will host a “Noche de Ciencias” (Science Night) on Friday, September 27th from 6pm – 9pm.  The event will provide K-12 grade level kids the opportunity to participate in the Cain’s Arcade “Global Cardboard Challenge,” which encourages kids to build something awesome using cardboard and their imagination.  The event’s activity will allow kids to build cardboard based games utilizing engineering principals.

“We’re so excited that ELAC students have volunteered to create this opportunity for local kids to learn that science, technology, engineering, and math are fun and cool through this cardboard challenge” states Candelaria Flores, SHPE ELAC Chapter Interim President.  “Plus we’re inviting parents to participate, so they can learn about engineering careers for their kids and also be involved in their kids’ project on site.  It’s a great learning experience for the whole Familia.”

The ELAC Engineering Club & ELAC SHPE Noche de Ciencias will feature a fun, hands on activity for K-12 grade level kids to learn and implement engineering principals, plus kids have an opportunity to win prizes for their cardboard game designs.  Parent workshops will also be conducted, which will feature sessions on financial aid and an opportunity to learn about career path in engineering by a current Hispanic engineer and Hispanic engineering students. This event is free, based on available spaces.

Event Details:

ELAC Engineering Club & SHPE ELAC “Noche de Ciencias”

Date/Time:         Friday, September 27, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Location:           East Los Angeles College (Foyer G3) Auditorium

1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez-Monterey Park-California 91754

Costs:               Free (Participants must be registered & max capacity is 150 kids)



For More Information contact: [email protected] or visit the ELAC Noche de Ciencias Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/NocheDeCienciasShpeElac?ref=stream

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