IES in the Community
Proud member of the Blackstone
Valley Chamber of Commerce
IES was featured on the NCTV 11 show "About the Valley," on February 23, 2023. Watch the complete one-hour show by clicking on the NCTV logo below.
Proud partner of the Worcester Railers
IES was featured on the WCRN radio show "About the Valley," on January 31, 2023. Listen to the complete one-hour show by clicking on the WCRN logo below.
IES was featured on the NCTV 11 show "About the Valley," on September 30, 2021. Watch the complete one-hour show by clicking on the NCTV logo below.
IES was featured in the Sunday, July 11, 2021 WCRN radio show. You can hear our interview with Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce director Jeannie Hebert and WCRN's Harry Berkowitz using the links below:
IES was featured in a story in The Grafton News and The Millbury Sutton Chronicle. Thank you to Lisa Redmond and the Grafton News for telling my story and for introducing IES to the community. Read the story by clicking on the logo below.
IES is featured in the February 2021 issue of The Greater Sturbridge Town and Country Living Magazine.
Read the story here.
IES Partners with the Blackstone Valley Ed Hub and the Northbridge
Public Schools to Offer Summer STEM Camps
With the aid of a $15,000 Summer School Expansion and Engagement Matching Grant administered by the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, grades 6-10 students from Northbridge Publics Schools participated in STEM-based hands-on learning this summer. IES collaborated with the Blackstone Valley Ed Hub and the Northbridge Public Schools to provide a two-week camp for high school students and a second two-week camp for middle school students. Students attended the BVEdHub for two days a week and Northbridge High School for two days a week during the two-week camp. Northbridge Superintendent Amy McKinstry shared her praise about the program: “We are so grateful to the BVEdHub and IES for partnering with us and helping to develop this amazing summer program for our middle and high school participants. The kids were engaged in some amazing and authentic learning experiences, and it was wonderful to see their creative juices flowing again after such a difficult year and half with COVID.” Below are some pictures of activities from the camp which featured introductions to Engineering Design, 3D Printing, CNC Machining, CNC Laser Cutting, and Robotics .
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