More than 100 suburban students in Boulder CO from low SES backgrounds in middle school are engaged in structured, project-based out of school time engineering experiences in conjunction with the I Have a Dream program.
One hundred fifty middle school youth engage in genetics via digital gaming, hands-on biotechnology activities, and mentoring by industry professionals in out-of-school time program in a Boston-area community center serving underrepresented populations.
More than 300 underserved Bay Area young people annually are motivated and prepared to discover, utilize and share data science skills as they produce high-impact interactive media for local communities and national audiences.
Approximately 1800 eighth-grade students in the Akron Public Schools system will participate in a unit on Force and Motion using engineering design/re-design principles associated with the testing, evaluation and manufacture of Soap Box Derby Mini-Cars.
More than two thousand students in Massachusetts use innovative technologies such as infrared camera and engineering software to learn and practice science and engineering through improving energy efficiency and design solar solutions of their homes.
3,000 suburban learners ages 6-13 will engage in technology-based learning experiences across both informal & formal educational settings. Programs will be led by female pre/in-service teachers & youth from demographics that are underrepresented in STEM.
Approximately 150 rural high school students from Flagstaff, AZ and surrounding reservations are engaged in a problem-based learning experience in a CTE bioscience course designed to increase the local bioscience workforce through community involvement.
60 racially and ethnically diverse, low-income urban teens, grades 9-12, in Boston, MA encounter science, technology, engineering, and math and/or STEM-related careers through authentic art and design projects completed during out-of-school time.
More than 200 students each year will complete a game-infused journey designed to help middle-school Latino students identify STEM passions, explore possible professions, pursue career pathways, and closing with planning futures.