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Possible Self


Saturday, May 3, 2025

10am - 4pm, Foothill College Campus

STEMentors “Possible Self” is an Extreme STEM Experiential for the K-20 student group... (and specifically for those that are under-represented, underserved and under-supported in the STEM communities... and will feature hands-on interactive presentations by exclusive and handpicked group of organizations, companies and

Our hope is that these exhibits will ignite student’s curiosity through experientials, storytelling, live demonstrations, stage performances and more.

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Registration encouraged but not required. 

Why "A Possible Self"?

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) occupations are the fastest growing employment opportunities both in the U.S. and around the world. Everything from the infrastructure that makes up our cities, to the smartphones in our pockets, involves scientists and engineers at some point in their development and production.

Therefore, introducing students to STEM during elementary thru high school is essential. Exposing young minds to STEM fields early means they are more likely to engage in STEM opportunities and develop a passion for one of the STEM fields. This is especially true when it comes to closing the gender and ethnicity gaps in many STEM fields by introducing girls and ethnic minorities into STEM.

The STEMentors “Possible Self” is one of the largest STEM fair experientials in California, showcasing STEM events, presentations, stage performances and interactive activities aimed at introducing K-20 students to science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.

Get Involved!

Join us as an exhibitor, presenter, or volunteer! Click on the appropriate link below to sign up.

Exhibitor Sign Up

Volunteer Sign Up

Sponsored by

  • STEMentors Silicon Valley
  • Foothill College
  • STEM Center
  • Science Learning Institute
  • STEM Division
  • Day On The Hill


Karl Welch

We're Here to Help!

Karl Welch, Possible Self Director

(510) 695-3282



STEM Center, 4202