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Ready to add a bit of STEM to your Spring Recess?

From now until Monday, February 28, New York City families with students in grades K–8 and City high school students (grades 9–12) can apply to participate in STEM Matters NYC’s Spring Break Enrichment Programs.

Scheduled to run during NYC public schools’ official Spring Recess (April 18–April 22, 2022) from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., STEM Matters NYC’s Spring Break 2022 programs provide City students with the chance to be a part of free, exciting, and hands-on experiential STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programs outside of the classroom, including science camps for K–8 students, and urban farmer internships for high school students.

So if you or your child are interested in animal science, aviation, chemistry, marine biology, computer science, mechanics, ecology, engineering, and more, apply for our STEM Matters NYC Programs by Monday, February 28, 2022 to discover, design, and create with us throughout Spring Recess!

Three students wearing "STEM Matters NYC" t-shirts working on a garden together

But hurry; spots are limited—don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity, and apply TODAY!

For more information, including program descriptions, frequently asked questions, masking/vaccination requirements, and documentation in languages other than English, visit the STEM Matters NYC Programs page.

Seeking other great educational opportunities for students? Don’t forget to check out our monthly Student Opportunities series right here on The Morning Bell for links and descriptions for internships, employment opportunities, scholarships, events, and more.

On behalf of the NYC Department of Education, we wish all of our students and families a great Spring Recess!


Banner photo by Kindel Media. Used under Creative Commons license. Original can be found on Pexels.

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