Be Part of National Technology Field Trip Day
Thursday, March 2, 2017
What is National Technology Field Trip Day?
Over a dozen technology organizations have volunteered to open their doors for 6th to 12th grade students to see STEM in the real world.
How do I secure a trip for my class?
There are a limited amount of trips available and will be first come first serve. Trips would occur between March 27th and March 31st. Email Chief Science Office email@example.com with your request ASAP.
How did NTFTD start?
The idea for National Technology Field Trip Day was presented by CSO Sage Foreman at the White House in October 2016 as a White House Kid Science Advisor. One week later, Sage, along with fellow CSOs, presented the idea to Governor Ducey at the CSO State Capitol Summit. See more in this White House Fact Sheet.
What companies are offering tours?
• Honor Health Research Institute - Scottsdale - can hold 10 students at a time [Cutting edge medical research center]
• Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) - Phoenix - can hold 30 students [Biomedical research institute]
• Pinnacle Transplant Technology - Phoenix - can hold 15 students [Human tissue bank]
• Paypal - Scottsdale - can hold 25-35 students [Global payments platform. Breakfast/lunch or snacks provided. *Please provide dietary restrictions]
• ASU LeRoy Eyring Center for Solid State Science - Tempe - can hold 150 max [Advanced science facility]
• University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix - can hold 50 students [Training physicians and scientists]
• Grand Canyon University - Phoenix - can hold 150 students [Private Christian university]
• State Farm - Tempe (Marina Heights) - can hold up to 30 students [One of the Nation’s largest IT teams. IT/Systems]
• WebPT and Saas Industries - Phoenix - can hold 30 students [Software as a Service (SaaS) Electronic Medical Record (EMR)]
• Freeport McMoRan Inc - Safford - can hold 40 students - Gila Valley schools preferred [World’s largest copper producer]
• Freeport McMoRan Inc - Bisbee - can hold 40 Students - Bisbee Unified School District schools preferred [World’s largest copper producer]
Contact CSO Sage at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can book your field trip today!