Field Trips and Programs

Native STEM Maker Program

The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center (CIMCC) Native STEM Maker Program provides engaging hands on learning and project based activities around locally and culturally relevant STEM education (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) to people of all ages who have interest and/or interested in the fields. The program will use technology, digital media and encourage group work. Training will be presented by a museum professional outreach educator to students, educators, parents, families and community members.

Topics covered:

California Indian History
Cultural Intelligence
California Indian Housing Structures
California Basketry
Native Diet
Traditional and Contemporary Way of Acorn Process
California Indian Shell Money currency
Pump Drill Tool

Our program can accommodate up to 30 people*, depending upon interest and class focus. Bring your group to the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center in Santa Rosa.

*For groups larger than 30 people, please contact our education coordinator for more information on accommodation requests

Register by filling out the field trip request form

The CIMCC Native Makers Program was funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

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