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BTC to showcase STEM projects
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JANESVILLE - The Blackhawk Technical College Foundation, in conjunction with STEM proponent Project Lead the Way, have joined with sponsor Scot Forge of Clinton to host to STEMposium, an exposition that demonstrates the commitment of area schools to STEM-based projects. The event will be held on April 21 at BTC's Advanced Manufacturing Training Center, 15 Plumb St., Milton. Projects from students of Janesville Parker and Craig high schools; Beloit Memorial High School and Beloit elementary schools; Wilmot schools; Elkhorn High School and Elkhorn West Side elementary schools; and Wheatland Center School in Burlington and New Munster will be on display to the general public from 5 to 6:15 p.m. Students and parents/guardians interested in STEM programs are invited to a private showing and information session from 6:15 to 8 p.m.