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Funding Area: Education

The Hawaii Science and Technology Museum is an educational, federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit formed in 2015 dedicated to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education on the Island of Hawaii. Hawaii Science and Technology Museum is a mobile museum bringing exhibits directly to the students to inspire and spark an interest in STEM and we are a member of the Hawaii Museums Association. HSTM also serves the Hawaii Island community through our various outreach programs such as Science Camps, math tutoring, after school programs, student research support, robotics competitions, and special events. We at HSTM believe that every child deserves to receive a solid STEM education and that the future prosperity of our community and nation depend upon cultivating our next generation of innovators.

Our involvement: The Marty Tomberg Charitable Fund has financially supported this organization.

Projects We Support

Hawaii Science and Technology Museum Community Aerospace Progam (HSTM CAP)
The HSTM CAP will deliver hands-on and theory based STEM education for Hawaii students K-12 through participation in The American Rocketry Challenge, an annual nationwide competition with finals held in Virginia where students launch a rocket they’ve designed, tested, and built, deploy a payload, and recover data. 25 students from 10 middle and high schools in East Hawaii (Hilo and Puna) have been selected to be a part of the Lava Tubes Rocketry Team that will conduct qualification launches to enter this competition that will take place in the Spring of 2020. The team will be coached by NASA JPL aerospace engineer Heather Bottom, a member of the HSTM board of directors and will have additional mentorship from staff at the Hawaii Space Flight Laboratory. In addition to participation in the The American Rocketry Challenge team members shall go to local schools and share their knowledge and expertise through mentoring of younger students. 

HSTM will also reach the community at large through the creation and delivery of curriculum geared for middle schoolers to teach STEM through hands-on electronics projects, making learning fun and exciting, promoting problem solving and critical thinking skills, and helping students develop the skills necessary to be a part of a homegrown Hawaii Island based STEM workforce. Curriculum is being developed based on the upcoming HSTM CubeSat mission discussed below. 

Support Dates: March, 2020 – March, 2021

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