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K-12 Engineering Outreach Program 2017

$4,220
120%
Raised toward our $3,500 Goal
62 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on May 31, at 11:59 PM EDT
Project Owners

Yesim

Anter

Undisclosed Amount

May 31, 2016

Anonymous

$20

May 30, 2016

Alan

Morse

$100

May 27, 2016

Anonymous

$50

May 27, 2016

William

Kouam Kamwa

$100

May 26, 2016

David

Moritz

$100

May 21, 2016

Anonymous

$400

May 21, 2016

David

Scherer

Undisclosed Amount

May 19, 2016

Doug

McPeek

Undisclosed Amount

May 19, 2016

Doug

Kerr

$25

May 19, 2016

Sally

McClaskey

$25

May 19, 2016

William

Thalgott

$100

May 19, 2016

Eric

Wagner

$100

May 18, 2016

Dan

Rockwell

$50

May 18, 2016

Paul

Reeder

$25

May 18, 2016

Larry

Pelz

$250

May 16, 2016

Anonymous

$25

May 16, 2016

Cindy

Roberts

$100

May 16, 2016

Julia

Armstrong

$25

May 16, 2016

Lynn

Kass

$50

May 16, 2016

Anonymous

$25

May 16, 2016

Tim

Newcome

$100

May 16, 2016

Erin

Bender

$25

May 16, 2016

Richard

Ridgway

$100

May 16, 2016

Brian

Downey

$50

May 16, 2016
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$5

Elementary School

Provide colored chalk and glasses for kids to learn about 3D optics.

$10

Middle School

Twenty kindergartners can make Cartesian Divers- and keep them! But I warn you, they will make a mess.

$25

High School

An entire classroom builds paper speakers, the best project ever.

$50

Bachelor's Degree

The whole class constructs DC motors!

$100

Master's Degree

We could build 20 new heart rate monitor sensor clips from potato chip clips and infrared LEDS and sensors.

$250

Ph.D.

With this gift we can purchase a portable projector so we don’t have to pantomime how read a circuit schematic.

$500

Nobel Laureate

Replenish our supplies of breadboards, chips, LEDS, tape, hot glue, and resistors for a wide range of projects.

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