Hello everyone! I am Yennie Johnson, the Chief Coordinator at Qualcomm's Think-a-bit lab. The Think-a-bit Lab is the tangible result of Qualcomm's goal to excite and inspire children to enter the STEM field. Qualcomm® Thinkabit Lab™ is a unique, hands-on STEM program inspiring and helping students to become college- and career-ready. A creative makerspace/classroom, Thinkabit Lab engages students from all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds in unique STEM experiences that have a positive impact on their thoughts about careers and engineering. The program exposes students to STEM-related careers that they might not know exist and provides educators an opportunity to observe best practices for teaching STEM. Participants engage in fun engineering activities that involve problem solving, collaboration, and invention, which gets them thinking about future careers in STEM and related areas. Inside the Thinkabit Lab, students engage in fun and unique, hands-on engineering projects. Building on concepts discussed in QWOW, students work in small groups as “start-up companies” and use the design process to create robotic creations that represent an IoT-based invention that can help others in the areas of consumer electronics, smart homes, smart cities, and voice and music. As the chair of the lab, I am responsible for coordinating our programs and recruiting students. I am so excited to come to UCSD and share our work with the San Diego community. Together, we can show every student what they can achieve with creativity, imagination, and a STEM background.