Geek out with your kids

Boston, MA- June 15, 2017, Bos/TechJam (#BTJ2017) will take over Boston’s Government Center hosting an enormous block party of innovation, music, food, and beer from Jack’s Abbey.

But it’s not just an event for business folks, inventors, and entrepreneurs, they want to see students and have arranged lots of activities to entertain everyone in the crowd.

“Students – You are an important part of making Boston an awesome tech community!  Join us at Boston TechJam 2017News where you can connect with other students as well as leading companies in the tech community. Kickoff summer with lawn games, music, summer eats, a slushy bar and so much free stuff you’ll need a bag to carry it all out!”

Home to some of the most prestigious schools in technology and innovation, Boston is bursting with brilliant minds who’ve discovered amazing ways for technology to shape our future.

This is your chance to meet them first hand. The TechJam team will celebrate its 5th Anniversary of holding space–lots of space–for some of the brightest students, creative tech start-ups, venture capitalists, and leading technology companies.

You and your family can join them to fraternize, network, geek out, and have a little fun.

Tickets are still available, and this outdoor summer celebration of technological genius might make for a fun after school field trip for high school students who are interested in STEM subjects. It’s never too early, or too late, to get your kids thinking about a career in information and cybersecurity.

Volunteers are also welcomed at the event, so parents and students can volunteer together to HELP@TECHJAM.

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