Our mission is to create opportunities for girls in underserved communities to explore STEM subjects through a simple, progressively advanced …
Our approach is to make learning interesting for a wide range of students with different sets of activities. Here is …
Arduino We conduct Arduino workshops where we teach the hardware and software pieces of Arduino. We have multiple projects to …
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STEMACA (STEM Academy for All) is a non-profit organization with the goal of closing the gender gap in the fields of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), especially in underserved communities. Our goal is to eliminate the barriers many students in underserved communities face to studying and pursuing careers in these important technical and scientific fields.
We make STEM interesting, not intimidating.
The curriculum of STEMACA takes a gradual, progressive approach to teaching STEM subjects, making them more accessible and enjoyable to explore and study. We emphasize the breaking-down of problems into small steps and then converting them into visual representations using flowcharts and other tools. This greatly helps students understand complex problems and how to find solutions.
We conduct STEM workshops at schools and libraries. Our curriculum and tools cover various difficulty levels and a diverse set of interests!(more…)
Below is what our students say about us!
“The stories and fun activities really inspired me and others.“– 8th grader
“When we worked together to turn on our lights and felt successful.“– 7th grader
“Them telling us to keep trying really inspired me.“– 7th grader
“It inspired me to work harder.“– 8th grader
“Being able to talk to someone in the STEM field about our future opportunities.“– 8th grader
“One of my favorite highlights is when I personally went up to ask a question.“– 6th grader
“The highlight of the event was when they started to talk about how we shouldn’t give up. To look up when I fail and learn from it.“– 8th grader