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Climate CubeSat Co-Building (C3) After School Program

By Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

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Tuesday. Afternoon.

Semester 1 Schedule - Every Tuesday from October 29th - December 17th (no meeting 11/26)
Semester 2 Schedule [Jan - May] -- TBD with participant input

Ages 14 to 18.

Grades 9th grade through 12th grade.

Contact

Avery Normandin
Democratizing Science Project Coordinator
ave@media.mit.edu
Dr. Rohan Kundargi
K-12 Community Outreach Administrator
kundargi@mit.edu

Registration required

  • Specific dates

Climate CubeSat Co-Building (C3) Student Application

Student's must submit an application by October 15th

Free!

Contact us for more information.

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The program location changes over time.

  • Transportation from school provided for some eligible students; check with your child's school.

All meetings will be held within Building 14 on the MIT campus (which is located at 75 Amherst Street) unless noted otherwise

Wheelchair accessible Refreshments provided

Additional information

In partnership with the MIT Media Lab Space Exploration Initiative, the Climate CubeSat Co-Building (C3) program offers local high school students a chance to participate in the development and build of an engineering model cube satellite (or 'cubesat') for exploration of Earth's changing climate. At the end of the program, Co-Builders will present their creative work to an expert panel of MIT researchers and NASA astronauts! Learn More Here!

Program continues to run during .

C3_F19_Flyer.pdf