The day-time portion of the Agenda

8:30-9:00 Check-in/Networking/Light Snack
9:00-10:15 Welcome/Induction Dr. Victor McCrary, National Science Board
Michael Okoroafor, VP, Global Sustainability and Packaging Innovation. McCormick
Kirwan Report Discussion
10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-11:15 1st Break Out Session
11:30-12:45 Lunch/Speaker
12:45-1:45 2nd Break Out Session
1:45-:200 Break
2:00-300 3rd Break Out Session

 

The attendees will be broken into three groups and will participate in three separate breakout sessions/panel discussions.  The following industries will be represented in the breakout session panels

  • Panel 1-Manufacturing and Automotive
    • Eaton, Toyota,
  • Panel 2-Health Care and IT
    • National Guard
  • Panel 3 -Construction and Energy
    • WSSC, BGE Home, National Guard

Booths-Deepwater Wind, National Guard, WSSC, Industrial Designer Society of America, Philosplay(video game company)

 

****6:00-9:00 High School Blue Collar STEM Party-Music, Food, a Scavenger Hunt, Prizes and more.  An opportunity to provide valuable career information to High School Students in a entertaining environment.******

Booths-Deepwater Wind, National Guard, Stanley Black Decker,  Industrial Designer Society of America, Philosplay (video game company) ,  Institute of Transportation Engineers

We are currently looking for speakers, panelists, exhibitors, and sponsors for the conference. Please refer to the Sponsorship Opportunities. To participate, contact Maryland STEM Festival Director Phil Rogofsky at mdstemfest@gmail.com or 410. 627.1074.

Organizations involved with the planning include:

The Greater Baltimore Committee
Maryland Department of Labor
Licensing, and Regulation
Baltimore Mayor’s Office
Associated Black Charities
Baltimore Robotics Center
Eaton Corporation
Montgomery College
Toyota, Maryland Public Television
Independent Electrical Contractors