STEM ZONE

The displays in the STEM Zone are designed to inspire and empower school-age children to engage with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Engaging children with hands-on learning provides real-world skillsets. Building skills is a great way to encourage children, later in life, to pursue careers in these industries. The expo will include robots individuals can operate, virtual reality simulators, games, interactive displays, and more.

STEM Zone at Kaneohe Bay Air Show, powered by Hawaiian Electric Logo

The 2022 Kaneohe Bay Air Show STEM Zone, powered by Hawaiian Electric, will feature an interactive exhibit area with over 15 exhibitors. STEM Zone exhibitors include universities, clubs, museums, roboticists, and more. Each exhibitor brings a unique experience to the event. Providing for a wholistic experience.

The STEM Zone will be open to the general public during the hours of the Air Show.

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If you would like to be a STEM Exhibitor, please contact Ms. Kathy Romero at Katherine.romero@usmc-mccs.org. Or click here, for more details.

Participants (exhibitors subject to change)

Hawaiian Electric

Supporter of STEM activities.

Girl Scouts of Hawaii

Girl Scouts is paving the way for future female leaders. Girl Scouts of Hawaii lets your girl see that STEM can help her make the world a better place! When girls participate in focused STEM programs, they are more interested in STEM and careers in tech—including aviation, app development, robotics, coding, engineering, and cybersecurity.<br><br>Come see current and future Girl Scouts designing an architectural engineering feat, and join us in problem-solving ways to design, test, and strengthen your own Da Vinci Bridge.

The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa

Providing interactive STEM learning.

Hā Initiative: Creative STEM After-School Program

The Hā Initiative is a fun and creative place for kids in grades 2 through 8 to spend their after-school time. Through this program, kids learn and grow by exploring the worlds of Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM). The program is free and provides participants snacks, tutoring, and an opportunity to meet other kids and engage in exciting hands-on science projects and computer activities. Stop by our table at the airshow to learn more about our after-school program and to create your own homemade lava lamp! Using simple ingredients, such as oil, water, and antacid tablets, students get to learn the science behind why oil and water do not mix while using their polarity to their advantage to create their own lava lamp to take home. 

Science Camps of America, Inc.

Using fun, experiential science and engineering activities for kids and teens through Science Camps and workshops.

Spark You

Infecting kids with a bug 4 science.
Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command, Pacific

Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command, Pacific

In its role as an environmental steward of the environment, the U.S. Navy’s goal is to protect the unique and sensitive resources present in areas where it trains and conducts tests, while still providing the realistic experiences necessary for the readiness and safety of its Sailors. To continue to achieve both of these goals, the Navy invests in scientific research and collects data, applies the most current science and latest technologies to improve its environmental analyses, and implements successful environmental and cultural stewardship programs. The Navy conducts numerous conservation, restoration, innovation, and sustainment efforts to protect the environment, while fulfilling the Navy’s readiness mission. “The Navy Stewards of the Sea: Defending Freedom, Protecting the Environment” outreach program educates and raises public awareness on these environmental stewardship efforts.

ASYMCA

Strengthening Our Military and Family.
(ISC)2 Hawaii Chapter

(ISC)2 Hawaii Chapter

(ISC)2 Hawaii Chapter envisions a safe and secure Hawaii by promoting cyber safety with our community members. The Chapter accomplishes this by fostering a local network of cybersecurity professionals, enthusiasts and students that come together to support this vision.

Academy for Creative Media at UH – West O’ahu

Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum

Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum

<strong>Mission:</strong><br>The Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum honors our veterans, educates the public, connects us with our history, and inspires us with stories of bravery, innovation, and sacrifice.<br> <br><strong>Activities:</strong><br><strong>Incoming Torpedo:</strong> Design and build a torpedo. Launch with one breath.<br> <br><strong>The Science of Submarines</strong>: <br>Hands-on interactive demonstration on how submarines submerge and surface.

Le Jardin Academy

Hawaii’s leader in international education.
HeartWoRx

HeartWoRx

A STEM curriculum for all ages about the body. Participants will learn in a few short minutes what the heart does for the body, how we can keep it healthy through diet and exercise, and what to do if the heart stops working. CPR manikins will be at the booth for the participants to learn compression-only CPR in a few short steps.

Koʻolau Mountains Watershed Partnership (KMWP)

Working together to protect and sustain the forests, waters, and people of the Ko’olau Mountains.

Hawaii First Robotics

Providing ways, including LEGO, to explore STEM.

Pacific Aviation Museum

Offers school-age children a chance to explore STEM.

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