What is the Delaware Teen Science Café?
The Delaware Teen Science Café is designed for teens by teens in our community. High school teen leaders bring teens together in the unique setting of the Delaware Museum of Natural History to engage in STEAM related topics delivered by local experts in the field. Each café will begin with a pizza meet and greet with other teens followed by an informal presentation, a hands-on activity, wrapping up with a questions and answers. This program is specifically designed for grades 7-12.
Teen Science Café Events
What is the Teen Leadership Team?
Teens take ownership of the program through the Teen Leadership Team, comprised of high school students in grades 9-12. The Teen Leadership Team is responsible for hosting the Delaware Teen Science Cafés. Teen Leadership Team members will select the Café topics and prepare presenters, advertise and draw other teens to the Cafés, build leadership skills, and assist in the planning and implementation of activities related to the Cafés.
The 2019-2020 Teen Science Cafe Leadership Team
Front row from left to right: Kamrin Simms (Mount Pleasant High School), Aayushi Sharma (Charter School of Wilmington), Vidushi Sharma (Charter School of Wilmington), Nicole Wang, Caroline Keller, and Raphael Kim
Back row from left to right: Kristian Tolbert (Unionville High School), Matthew Haimowitz, Mikul Duggal, Rachel Lawes, and Malcolm McLaurin
Teen Science Café out-of-school programs are a free, fun way for teens to explore the big advances in science and technology affecting their lives. Teens and STEM experts engage in lively conversations and activities to explore a topic deeply. Learn more about the Teen Science Café Network.