Nearly 30 teens are learning underwater robotics at the second annual After School Matters spring break STEM program initiative — part of After School Matters’ efforts to give teens safe and productive activities during Spring Break. The four-day program provides teens with hands-on, project-based opportunities to learn electricity concepts including designing an electrical circuit and building remotely-operated vehicles (ROVs). Teens will showcase their finished products underwater in the Jones College Prep High School swimming pool.
This program is run in partnership with Columbia College Chicago, Chicago Public Schools and the five CPS STEM high schools (Lake View High School, Sarah E. Goode STEM Academy, Michele Clark High School, George Corliss High School and Chicago Vocational Career Academy).
Saturday, April 23
at Jones College Prep High School Swimming Pool
700 S. State Street