Pearl Harbor Summer STEM Education Programs
Museum Refreshes Summer STEM Camps For Hawaii’s Youth
Each year, more than 15,000 students participate in STEM education programs offered by Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. “Our STEM programs help students understand the history and science of flight, and introduce aviation and aeronautical engineering as a viable career,” said Shauna Tonkin, Director of Education at the Museum.
This year the Museum offers programs for all ages from grade 3 through grade 12. High school students will be able to take their engineering and problem-solving skills to the next level with a Dive Into Robotics while children grades 3 through 5 will be able to explore the lively worlds of aviation and aerospace. Children grades 6 through 8 will be able to spend five days hands-on with the history and technology of our historic and modern day aviators.
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is a place where the history and technology of flight come alive. Our education programs engage and delight visitors of all ages through hands-on activities and authentic experiences at our historic location on Ford Island, and in schools across Hawaii. Come and explore the possibilities!