STEM Summer Camps In Morrisville

STEM Expo Draws Energetic Children and Parents

MORRISVILLE— STEM For Kids Morrisville celebrated ribbon cutting ceremony with a STEM Expo that drew energetic kids and their parents on Sunday May 21st. The “sizzling” ceremony featured hands-on activities providing a sneak peek at STEM Summer Camps – children learned about the girl power inside computers, got hands-on with making computer games and made rain clouds.

STEM For Kids provides summer camps, trackouts, afterschool and STEM Saturdays in engineering, robotics and computer programming for pre-K, elementary and middle school students at its Morrisville and North Raleigh STEM Centers and at various local schools to provide real life experiences in the fastest growing fields of STEM.

Speaking of the importance of STEM education to North Carolina and to Morrisville, Steve Rao, the Pro Tem Mayor of Morrisville said “Autonomous vehicles will be tested on 540 in the next 8 years; robotics, smarter cities, smarter technologies, smart farming … they will create many new industries which are going to require new skills, new thinking, team building, collaboration in addition to what you are doing at school”.

We couldn’t be happier to have STEM For Kids as a member of the Morrisville Chamber of Commerce,” said 2017 Chamber Chair David Brunner. “We welcome them to the business community here in Morrisville and look forward to their continued success.”

“We are excited about STEM For Kids’ programs being offered in Morrisville and can’t wait for my daughter to join these programs”, said a parent.

Rao said “we have to prepare the [future career] flight for our children… I can’t thank STEM For Kids enough for making this investment”.

“The STEM For Kids story began in Raleigh about six years ago and we are excited to continue to serve children at our newest location in the heart of the Triangle,” said Moni Singh, Founder and CEO. This summer will feature camps in robotics, computer game making, biomedical engineering and computer programming for kids. Parents can register their children for full week, half week or partial week of camp.

For more information about the programs offered at Triangle STEM Centers or to request a program at your site, visit or call (919) 297-8366.

About the Morrisville Chamber of Commerce Founded in 1990, the Morrisville Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based organization that works to foster business growth and bring new business and development into Morrisville.    

About STEM For Kids STEM For Kids has been making Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fun and real for kids in pre-K, elementary and middle school grades since 2011. Founded by a recognized business leader in STEM, Moni Singh, the North Carolina based company has now expanded from its roots in the Triangle to multiple markets across the USA and outside. The global expansion of this Triangle based brand is continuing at a healthy pace through franchising of the renowned STEM For Kids business system and innovative curricula. Now in two countries and 5 states in the United States, the STEM For Kids brand has generated significant national and international interest and has made into various “Best of ” lists including Entrepreneur Magazine’s Best Trends, Franchise 500, Startup Magazine’s Companies Ready to Make you the Boss and Franchise Gator’s Franchise 100. More recently, Entrepreneur Magazine awarded STEM For Kids its Franchise 500 Top New Franchise honor.

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