‘The Road To Code’ STEM Expo in Enumclaw | Slideshow

With the goal of giving the community a glimpse into the future, more than 60 organizations filled the Enumclaw Expo Center Feb. 12 for the third annual STEM Expo.

More than 60 organizations filled the Enumclaw Expo Center Thursday afternoon for the third annual STEM Expo.

With the goal of giving the community a glimpse into the future, more than 60 organizations filled the Enumclaw Expo Center Feb. 12 for the third annual STEM Expo.

Presenting the popular event – which carried the theme “The Road To Code” – were the Enumclaw Schools Foundation and the Enumclaw School District, in partnership with Code.org.

STEM refers to the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Dozens of businesses were on hand to show students what skills will be needed to succeed in not-too-distant future. Above, young visitors check out a device that provided fun, along with an impressive display of engineering.

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