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CIJE hosted the first robotics competition of the year at HAFTR on December 19th. Over 30 middle schools and high schools came together to show their creativity and technological achievements.
The Annual CIJE Innovation Day hosted close to 1500 students at Bell Works in Holdmel NJ.
Bais Yaakov of Baltimore and Bnos Yisroel Students went on a tour of Johns Hopkins University's Whiting School Of Engineering, organized by CIJE engineering mentor Joseph Saltzman.
50 CIJE-Tech students traveled to Israel to learn what makes it the "Startup Nation"
75 Female CIJE Students Participate in STEM Event at Cornell- Tech
The first annual CIJE Tank was held on January 13th. Six finalists presented their capstone projects to four industry leading Sharks.
Innovation Day - Capstone projects
Torah Institute Introduces a New STEM Program for its Students As part of a continuing effort to refine its General Studies curriculum, Yeshivas Kochav Yitzchok / Torah Institute of Baltimore is offering special STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) lessons to talmidim of various grades.
The CIJE-Tech High School Program is currently in its seventh year. As a significant part of the Cije-Tech program, students are encouraged to experience creative-inventive thinking. At the beginning of each school year, students embark upon a “journey”, during which they acquire various skills in the STEM areas.
The schools will participate in the Weizmann Institute’s International Physics Tournament
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- 221 Schools
- 10,090 Total STEAM students
- Over 20,000 students using CIJE
Blended learning programs
- Over 500 teachers trained annually