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A STEM Club to spark curiosity,
fuel exploration & ignite innovation!

Calling all second year students interested in science technology engineering and maths!

Members of the club are called Alphas after the particles critical to the Nobel Prize winning E.T.S Walton.

At the Club, Alphas are immersed in stimulating STEM learning environments that are based in the SNIAM and Fitzgerald buildings, Trinity College Dublin.

The Club takes places on Saturdays, 2 - 5 pm, from September to June and Alphas are expected to continue their involved for three 10-week terms. The terms will fall within the following dates:

  • Term 1: September 23 – December 10
  • Term 2: January 6 – March 10
  • Term 3: March 31 – June 2
Trinity Walton Club group photo 2015
Trinity Walton Club group photo 2015

Join us and experience many ‘ah ha’ moments!

Each week you will partake in three streams of activities:

  • physics
  • maths
  • technology & engineering

During the activities you will work in teams to unravel the wonders of STEM. Throughout the year you will also:

  • partake in a range of national STEM events including science week, engineers week, maths week, coding week, BTYSE and many others
  • meet STEM experts who will share their story with you
  • engage in thought provoking and challenging STEM activities, workshops, laboratory and coding sessions
  • design and build various group projects that you will showcase at the end of the year

Alphas who successfully complete the 30 weeks are invited and encouraged to continue their Trinity Walton Club journey on the year-two programme.

This is a fee-paying initiative that offers a range of access options. To learn more about this, please visit our apply page.