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Workshops & Activities

Cub Adventure Workshops
Lions and Tigers SIUE STEM Center Workshop! Saturday, April 1st

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River Trails Nova Day.

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Scouts BSA Merit Badge Workshops
Be on the look out form workshops later this summer and fall.

June 12th Plant Science at Bayer

Register Here For Plant Science

Scouts BSA Drone Experience Brought to You By Seiler- June 24th 2023!

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Oceanography by the St. Louis Aquarium

April 15th! Coming up soon! Register Here


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2022 Einstein Recognition Dinner.

This event is our eighth opportunity to honor our local Scouts' accomplishments for obtaining a Supernova Award or multiple awards and to recognize our STEM volunteers and sponsors. Supernova Recipients in attendance will receive a token of appreciation from the Greater St. Louis Area Council.

Thanks to the generosity of the Great Rivers Confluence Foundation, our key sponsor, the event is free for Supernova Award Recipients and one adult per family. Seating is limited, but additional seats can be purchased for guests of the recipient and all other event attendees.

This year's event will be on Friday, November 11 at the Magic House.

Please turn in Supernova Award applications by October 25th.  Registration information will be out in early October.

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Cub Scout Coding Workshop (Ages 7-11)
$35 for a morning of introductory coding and a chance to learn about robotics and computers.
With mentoring from a high school robotics team, Cub Scouts will break into teams to build a three-wheeled robot using TETRIX Prime (a metal robot building system), wire it with motors, sensors and a Micro:bit brain, and then program the Micro:bit brain to drive autonomously and by remote control from another Micro:bit.  Each Scout will receive a Micro:bit kit to take home, and the programming skills they learn can be used to make many more things with the Micro:bit micro-controller.  A roster will be sent out in advance to help with leadership and carpooling.  Only 45 spots!

Scouts BSA Robotics Orientation (Ages 11-17), free session
For past participants in Scoutbotics at the Scouts BSA level, please bring your robot assembled and learn more on programming techniques.  Also bring a thumbdrive and fresh batteries. 

This will be a practice and learn session to make the most out of your bot and prepare you for the next event/tournament of Scoutbotics in spring of 2023.  The bots will be enhanced to use remote controls to steer it!

Don't miss this FREE opportunity to get an edge up and learn all the possibilities of your robot.   

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STEM University Fall 2022 - Spring 2023 is on!

Scouts Complete Experiment

What is STEM University?

STEM University is a full day event for Cub Scouts (Wolf, Bear, Webelos, & AOL) and Scouts BSA, focused on earning STEM-based advancements and NOVA awards.
Scouts will get to visit a University, work with STEM experts, and participate in fun, hands-on educational activities. See below for locations and dates.

Upcoming Events - registration links will be coming!

STEM U UMSL - December  10, 2022
STEM U SEMO - January 7, 2023

STEM U SIUC - February 25, 2023
Cub Scout College >>> enroll HERE
Scouts BSA College >>> enroll HERE

STEM College - Lake Land College - March 18, 2023
Cub Scout College >>> enroll HERE
Scouts BSA College >>> enroll HERE

Summer Programs

Drone Day

Brought to you by Seiler June 24th!

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Look for Registration links coming in February.
EIU June 4-7 Register Here

SEMO June 4-7 Register Here

UMSL  June 7-10 Register Here

STEM on CAMPus Highlights

STEM on CAMPus is a unique “camp” experience where Scouts BSA get a taste for college life! Sleep in the dorms, eat in the dining halls, and have fun each evening with a variety of activities including campus rec center nights! Scouts have the opportunity to earn up to 6 Merit Badges or NOVAs at each camp.  Sign up for two camps and save!

STEM Scouts BSA Summer Camp

Where and When

Camp May - Beaumont Scout Reservation
July 16 - July 22, 2023

STEM Week Highlights

This camp is an extraordinary experience for Scouts full of many STEM based merit badges and over-the-top activities. Scouts will attend one merit badge (over to 50 to choose from!) or one NOVA activity class each day and may have the opportunity to work on other badges in the evening. Afternoon and evenings will include other fun STEM programs and exhibits to experience (drones, 3D printing, things that go boom... you get the idea). If you want more in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics, this is the week to be out at camp!


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Cub Scout CAMP NOVA!

Where and When

Cub World - Beaumont Scout Reservation
July 17 - July 20, 2023

CAMP NOVA! Highlights

Formerly known and 'STEM Twilight Camp', Camp NOVA is for an evening camp program for Wolves, Bears and Webelos.  Four fun nights of STEM-Science, Technology, Engineering and Math for our Cub Scouts to enjoy at Cub World!

Non-Scout siblings are welcome also! They need to be Cub Scout age (entering second grade in the Fall on up).


Register for Camp NOVA!

Mobile STEM Trailer and STEM Van

The Mobile STEM Trailer has a new look plus we have a new STEM Van as well!   You can use these resources at a camp or bring out to where your Pack and Troop meet.  Get your reservation in today! Week night and Saturday times slots to choose from, and only$50 for your entire Scout group. Don't miss this fun!    The program season is from March 15 to November 15.

Register HERE for the STEM Trailer serving metro and northern units.

Register HERE for the STEM Van serving the southern Districts in the Council. (currently the Van is available anytime of year)

Program includes stomp rockets, snap circuits, ozobots, rover robots, sphero robots, 3D pens, hand held microscopes, vortex cannons, and more!

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Ready to join or would you like to know more?  Please click the link below to begin your adventure.

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Scouts in the greater st. Louis area council rely on the generosity of individuals, sponsors, organizations and charitable donors to help them grow into the next generation of leaders.

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