By Tiffany Sukola,
Herald staff writer
MOSES LAKE – Big Bend Community College is continuing efforts to get more kids interested in STEM learning.
The college has been using its STEM Summer Institute to introduce Basin high school students to engineering and other related subjects – part of their overall initiative to prepare students to eventually enter STEM-related fields.
Now in its third year, the program allows students to participate in hands-on learning projects, tour Big Bend’s campus and STEM Center, learn about degree options and meet with engineers from local companies all over the course of three days.
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