As part of a partnership with the Mayborn Museum Complex and Baylor University, Teen Science Café is a monthly science program that is free, fun, and out-of-school for high school students. Teens get to socialize over food and have the opportunity to interact with local scientists and engineers in a relaxed setting. Teens are able to talk with the scientists about their career paths and their research. Scientists may even bring along a few of their students, allowing the teens to ask questions about college life. The program ends with a hands-on component, allowing teens to actually try their hand at real science.
Central Texas Teen Science Café meets monthly at the Hewitt Public Library or Mayborn Museum. Exact dates and times for cafés are posted on the library calendar, Central Texas Teen Science Café social media pages, and on the following website: