Stream Festival

STREAM Logo

to view a video from previous year's STREAM Festival click on the image above.

A huge “Thank You” to all who supported and contributed to the Annual STREAM Festival. I honestly was hoping we would have at least 75 booths, but we had a huge outpour of faculty, student, and club participation, and had at least 125 booths! I say “at least” because each lab had multiple projects too.

There were 45 professors represented, 7 community partners, 475 student presenters, and 30 volunteers! We could not have done it without our PIO, Facilities, Grounds, Campus Police, and our faculty from Math, Architecture and Design, Biology, Chemistry, Horticulture, IT Club, Psychology, Oceanography, Music, GSA, BSU, Umoja, Equity, Photography, Arts, Sociology, Child Development, Medical Billing, Associated Student Government, ICC, Student Ambassadors, Outreach, TCI, and the Service Learning Staff and Student Advocates who worked so many hours helping to coordinate and plan the event. If I forgot any, please forgive me.

It was so exciting to see our administrators and members of the board of trustees come and witness the great work of our faculty and students; thank you to Sunny Cooke, Alketa Wojcik, Wendy Stewart, and any other administrators I didn’t get to say hi to at the festival.

We had over 2,000 community kids/parents attend the STREAM Festival. Hope you enjoy some of the photos captured by our PIO photographer.

Course or Club

Instructor or Advisor

Group Leader
Student 1 Name / Student 1 ID# / Student 1 Phone / Student 1 Email

Student 2 Name / Student 2 ID# / Student 2 Phone / Student 2 Email

Student 3 Name / Student 3 ID# / Student 3 Phone / Student 3 Email

Student 4 Name / Student 4 ID# / Student 4 Phone / Student 4 Email

Name of Activity

The activity is best suited for what grade/age?

Brief description of Activity

What will the children do?  (If they are only observing, the plan will NOT be approved.)

What do you want the children to learn from their participation?

Are you prepared to explain scientific concepts, literary theme, culture, or techniques using age-appropriate language?

Select items if necessary for your activity

The Service Learning Program will provide the tables, chairs, T-shirt for each presenter, and a snack pack. You are welcome to bring a tent for shade. To help us care for our environment we ask that you please bring a bottle of water. If you have questions or need assistance with your projects, please contact the Service Learning Center at (760) 795-6616.

Request for Supplies Word/Request for Supplies Pdf: : Email or bring this form in to the Service Learning Office, servicelearning@miracosta.edu or OC3306.

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