Engineering For Kids featured in The Messenger-Press in an article titled, "After-school program helps to encourage engineering." The article focuses on how Engineering for Kids in Central Jersey – Mercer and Monmouth Counties offers enrichment programs for children ages 4-14 at Stonebridge Middle School in Allentown. The article also talks about the Lego Robotics Olympiad program that is offered at the middle school and the different Olympic games that the children play with them. Furthermore, the article talks about how Neha looks to add more after school programs in the area next year and to get local children into robotic competitions. Click here for the entire article or begin below.
After-school program helps to encourage engineering
By: Amy Batista
ALLENTOWN — A new program is being offered in summer camps and after-school programs where kids can discover the world of engineering and have fun in the process.
”Engineering for Kids” is an enrichment program offered for children ages 4 -14 at Stonebridge Middle School in Allentown and Millstone Elementary School.
The Fredericksburg, Virgina-based program is typically six to eight weeks long and can range from an hour to hour and half in length.
The program is part of national franchise offering a range of learning-based classes including after-school programs, camps, evening classes, in-school field trips, workshops and birthday parties.