Industry-based Artificial Intelligence STEM Program in Your Classroom

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 @ 7:00 PM EST
Presented by: David Conelias and Marin Troselj

Join STEMwave cohort 1.0. with the elite early adopters/schools across the nation that will teach middle and high school students how to build an AI-based chatbot solutions for their school website. Students will be using industry best-practices which will boost their employability skills. The program dives deep into machine learning and natural language processing; creating memorable and meaningful project-based environment in the classroom.

The STEMwave program is developed in partnership with the industry partner Infobip and is offering free implementation of the AI program with thorough teacher training, access to industry-based curriculum, and uses industry best software practices. Your students will be motivated and engaged while gaining understanding of Artificial Intelligence.


David Conelias is CEO and Founder of Milestone C. Dave jumped into entrepreneurship in the education industry running afterschool and summer camps, evolved into being a full-time classroom teacher and is now a well-rounded STEM educator who loves sharing his experiences and teaching others. Before education, Dave worked in both large and small engineering companies holding a variety of positions including at the leadership level. His career was cross-disciplinary in electrical, pneumatics, hydraulics, systems, design, and manufacturing. Dave supported production, prototype and, development programs throughout his engineering career.

 

Marin Troselj is CEO of STEMI. Marin has over 15 years of experience mentoring youth in summer science camps, where he designed and delivered project-based STEAM learning programs to elementary and high school students. During his studies, he co-founded a student EdTech organization where he oversaw the launching of one of the first MOOCs in Europe. In 2016, he continued to follow his passion and founded STEMI with the vision of creating an ecosystem for connecting schools with the tech industry. STEMI and its STEM programs are present on the two continents in 300+ schools and in 15 states in the U.S.