Training & Seminars

Below are the upcoming business events available through the Stourbridge Project and its Partners.

Pi Crafters Weekend Workshops-every other Saturday beginning Jan. 11th

Kids Robotics Workshop: In this exciting and creative workshop, kids will explore the world of robotics while also learning the basics of coding and circuit design. Some of the skills kids will learn are: The basics of how electronic circuits work, How to build their own circuits using Little Bits, How to build circuits using breadboarding a popular tool for circuit prototype design, The basics of computer programming using Scratch, The basics of computer programming using the Arduino language (C++), How to build and program robots using the Arduino board and language and so much more!

Adults Software Engineering Workshop: In this exciting and fun paced workshop, you'll learn all the skills you need to start developing software with web technologies. We'll teach you the basics of coding in the JavaScript language along with some of the high level concepts and principles of designing and producing software. Some of the skills you'll learn are: A working knowledge of HTML and CSS, JavaScript programing, Basic knowledge and use of React a popular front-end JS library, Basic data structures, Iteration, A working knowledge of algorithmic design and so much more!

For more information go to: https://picrafters.com/workshops

February

Connect February 18th at the Stourbridge Project for National Entrepreneurship Week with a networking event focusing on cyber security. Start with a tour of the Stourbridge Project and meet the current tenants then head down to Here & Now Brewery for a presentation on Cyber Security and refreshments, 6-8 pm. Presentation begins at 6:15 at Here & Now Brewery, 645 Main St,

Lunch and Learn webinar series brought to you by Mass Mutual with topics relating to business and personal finances. Partnering with GHP, the Chamber of the Northern Poconos and Pike County Chamber of Commerce. Held the fourth Wednesday of every month. First eight in the series are: Financial Wellness, Financial Goal Setting, Debt Management, protecting What Matters Most, Personal Risk, Actionable Ideas for Business Owners, Business Succession Planning and Understanding the Value of Your Business. Registration is required and will be available soon.

March

Exploring the Small Farm Dream workshop< by Penn State Extension March 9, 16 & 23. This course is designed to help you decide whether starting a farm business is right for you. Registration required:

https://www.cvent.com/events/exploring-the-small-farm-dream/event-summary-2064caef200b46a998f335de7b0f4e1a.aspx?i=32e8b716-ee9e-41b8-8a9d-568dbfda0899

Farmer’s market vendors, farm stands, and u-pick fruit and vegetable farms are all agricultural businesses that started somewhere. Are you thinking about starting a farm business, but not sure how to get started?

April

STEAM Day is April 11th in partnership with the IU19, the Cooperage Project & the Wayne County Community Foundation. The Stourbridge Project celebrates with activities and tours though out the day.

Call Jess Wolk for more information on any of our programs 570-229-0758.

 

For more information about the summer programs at the Stourbridge Project, contact Jess Wolk at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 570-390-7613.

Contact

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    570-253-5334
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    646 Park Street, Honesdale, PA. 18431

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