Nano for Kids
Nano for Kids
One of the nation's formidable problems is a looming shortage of scientific and engineering personnel. Semiconductor companies worldwide are facing a critical shortage of technically trained employees. This shortage is expected to continue for the foreseeable future despite the cyclical history of the industry.
In response, CNSE conducts multi-level programs that encourage science awareness in grades K-12 to help ensure the U.S. science and technology workforce of the future.
NanoCareer Day introduces middle- and high-school students to the exciting world of nanotechnology through tours, presentations and hands-on activities.
NanoHigh, developed jointly by the City School District of Albany (CSDA) and CNSE, offers students an unprecedented opportunity to study the emerging field of nanotechnology through two courses that combine classroom learning at Albany High School with monthly on-site visits to CNSE for in-depth lab activities.
CNSE holds NanoEducation Summits for school superintendents, administrators and teachers, with discussions focusing on ways to implement nanotechnology awareness and learning at the middle and high-school level.
CNSE partners with a variety of regional organizations to promote nanotechnology awareness among teachers, students and parents.
School Presentations and Tours
CNSE hosts a variety of school groups throughout the year - from administrators and faculty to students and their parents.
The faculty, staff and graduate students at CNSE take great pride in providing access to state-of-the-art facilities and a world-class team in an effort to educate the youngest members of our community. CNSE's educational outreach programming inspires students to pursue careers in science and technology, creating the innovative workforce that is critical to our future on a regional, statewide and national scale.
For more information on CNSE's K-12 programs, please contact Diana Martin Dumesnil at email@example.com