BRIDGEVILLE, Del. – On May 8th, 2017, SecureNetMD® came to the Bridgeville Public Library to host a brand new after-school activity: Tech Talk Jr., which aims to inspire the younger generation towards STEM education through hands-on technology-based showcases and activities. During this particular event, the kids got to creating custom key-chained name tags through 3-D printing.

Rob Nicholson, SecureNetMD’s director of security development and founder/coordinator of Tech Talk Jr., says that “[when kids] start to decide where they are going to school [in the future], a lot of things that they learned and were exposed to early in life could hopefully give them some better ideas of what channels to explore.”

Children from 5 to 12, along with their parents, can participate. This way, the event can not only show parents how these projects and activities can relate to their STEM educational growth, but to also strengthen the bond between parents and children by being invested in the same engaging topics.

SecureNetMD® is hoping to expand the program to Kent and New Castle counties in Delaware. The next event will be held on July 25th, 2017 at the Frankford Public Library—Join and RSVP today!


Tech Talk Jr.

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