FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — Managed Health Services (MHS) provided a fun learning opportunity for K-12 students at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Sunday afternoon.

MHS sponsored this year’s STEAM Fest, which stands for science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. Students got to learn more about each of these subjects through interactive displays like robotics, virtual reality stations, artwork, and more.

“I think it’s awesome that we have kids here learning about different activities, something that they may not have seen before,” said Jessica Parks, the director of community relations with Managed Health Services. “What does it look like to be a construction worker, what does it look like to be a dentist. We have a dentist organization here where they’re learning how to brush their teeth or something like that, just educating the youth on different activities that they can do that can lead to careers in the future.”

Activities were provided by northeastern Indiana and northwestern Ohio companies, universities and nonprofit organizations.

Entry was free for students.