TULSA - The Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance has a booth setup at the Tulsa State Fair to expose kids and their parents to the STEM field.
Dante Harney and his family spent over an hour building a giant jenga structure up to the ceiling at the River Spirit Expo Center Saturday.
The Alliance has paired with various community partners throughout the fair to bring different activities and educational opportunities to kids.
“In Oklahoma, there’s a need for Stem professionals, and what better way to let the community know that we have programs to prepare students and get them excited to learn about science, technology, engineering and math," said Americorps Vista Communications Representative Sabrina Bevins.
For more information on the alliance and its initiatives you can visit its website here.
When's kids come up to the @TulsaSTEM table they pick which field they like best and grab a wristband pic.twitter.com/a0qclkbHtt
— Ashley Holt (@AshleyHoltKJRH) October 1, 2016
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