Date(s) - 02/11/2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mission Quest Flight Sim STEM Lab 2.0
This more challenging STEM Lab focuses on advanced flight. Students will learn Bernoulli’s Principle in addition to operation of internal combustion engines, requirements for a pilot license, introduction to night flying, and more.
*Students must have at least one prior Mission Quest Class within the last 4 months.
- February 11, 2017 9:00 am – 12 noon
- Open to 6th-12th grade students and the cost is $30 per participant
- Venue: Education Center
- Pre-registration is required.
View full STEM Lab schedule of Education Events Here.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. If you would like to sponsor a student, a workshop, or have any questions, please contact Valerie Myers.
The Museum of Aviation Education Center operates Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and History-focused programs for learners ages 4 to adult under five major programs. Rigorous, goal setting experiences challenge students to solve problems. Programs are aligned to state and national education standards and highlight career opportunities and workforce development strategies. Programs are conducted both on school site and at the Museum of Aviation. During the FY 2016 year, 52,018 students, as well as educators, took part in Museum of Aviation education programs.