STEM is an acronym for educational studies in science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. STEM is used to address education policy and curriculum choices in schools from grades k-12 through college to improve American competitiveness in technology development. STEM has implications for the American workforce development, national security concerns and immigration policy.
STEM Tech program is designed to instill an I Can Do It attitude in each child’s life by teaching them how to become problem solvers. Students are provided assisted with homework and class assignments to prevent them from falling behind in school. Correcting academic challenges improves employment success for the future.
Projects short list include our Electrathon car race team, the Astrobonauts FIRST Lego League Robotics Team, the Junior Solar Sprint Team, Rocketry, computer coding, CAD & 3D printing, our STEM and Pre-Apprenticeship skills training program development. Other activities include the “Junior” Lego League Robotics Team (K thru 4th), solar energy tracking station project, and an upcoming Solar Energy Family Cook-Out Fun Day event.