SEE Science Center

See2021

2022 Goals

For the 2021-2022 school year, SEE plans to continue to be an asset for regional teachers and students with more than a dozen different STEM learning opportunities for the K-8 audience both in-person, at SEE and through outreach and virtually. This school year SEE is offering a new program for middle school students in partnership with ARMI (the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute). SEE’s exhibit work will focus on NH STEM careers and prototyping hands-on components for SEE’s iconic LEGO® Millyard project. Families can continue to enjoy the Science Center six days a week, and on additional days during school breaks and on some holidays. SEE offers programs for summer campers and toddlers.

Fundraising Events:

SEE hosts three major fundraising events annually: The Champagne Putt is a mini-golf tournament held at SEE during the winter months, a traditional Spring Classic golf tournament is held in June and SEE Celebrates, A Night of Discovery and Giving, is an invitation-only gala hosted by SEE founder, Dean Kamen. SEE also plans to build on the success of 2021’s Kickoff to Summer event for families with a week of themed activities at the Science Center. Sponsorship is available at various levels for all events.

Giving Opportunities:

SEE welcomes support from individuals and businesses in the community and contributions may be made on the SEE website, via traditional mail or by phone. SEE accepts unrestricted donations; exhibit sponsorships; Inclusion Initiative contributions (benefitting marginalized communities); and major, planned or in-kind gifts. Individuals donating $1,000 or more annually are recognized as Satellite Donors with special events and recognition.

Volunteer Opportunities:

There are many ways to help SEE continue to serve the community. Volunteer positions and opportunities are listed on the SEE website and can be discussed by calling SEE.

Board Officers / Board Members

Jeff Benson
Chair
Bellwether Community Credit Union

Jo Hendry
Vice Chair
Retired Science Educator, Bedford

Brendan Duffy
Treasurer
DEKA Research and Development

Roy Tilsley, Esq.
Secretary
Bernstein Shur

Andrea Campbell, M.Ed.
Southern NH University

Julie Kfoury
Retired, Central Paper Products

Kimberly Licciardi, MD
NH Eye Associates

Victoria Marchand
Blackbaud

Jeff Moynihan
Clark Insurance

Nick Soggu
SilverTech, Inc.

Bob Tuttle
Technology Center

Val Zanchuk
Graphicast, Inc.

 

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