Beyond Awesome Kids Workshop - Walking on Water (STEM)
This workshop is led by Tan Yi Han who is a Scientist with a passion for research and education. She majored in Molecular and Cell Biology, and graduated from NUS in 2016. Besides wet lab research, she has taught undergraduate students about biology and scientific writing. Yi Han has been a WorldChangeAgent with Blessings in a Bag since 2012 and is interested in science communication.
About Beyond Awesome: While we are aware of the increasing pressure of students to perform well academically in Singapore, we believe it is not everything. Our definition of success is to see each student's emotional intelligence, resilience, confidence and compassion for others be developed throughout our program offerings and to ensure that compassion + empathy are the DNA of every class we run.
There is no such thing as a 'quiet classroom' at our headquarters as we believe learning takes place through communication amongst peers, collaboration and learn-by-doing (and failing)! We run programs such as mindfulness, sport + wellness, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Architecture + Math) and provide once in a lifetime opportunities for our students to personally visit inspiring, innovative, big-name corporates and brands like Twitter.
At Beyond Awesome, students explore the world around them and discover friendships and their potential in life. Our program goals are to nurture and develop each student in our care, so that they leave with the skills, knowledge and attitude necessary to be a world-ready individual in today's fast changing era. We combine uniquely big opportunities through offerings such as our 'JalanJalan' experiences with personalised care and individual attention.
Students from high-need communities attend our sessions at no cost, many of whom these opportunities would not be accessible given their families financial background.
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM SGT
- Beyond Awesome HeadQuarters
Beyond Awesome Pass $25.00
- Venue Address
- 315 Outram Road, #08-06A Tan Boon Liat Building Singapore
Closest MRT Stations are Outram and Tiong Bahru. There is a bus stop located opposite the building and accessible via an overhead bridge.
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