Saturday After-school Science & Math Enrichment programs
Increase the number of minority female children and youth from underserved communities interest in science, technology, engineering, and math studies (STEMS4Girls).
In response to meeting the demand for human resources in the fastest growing sector in today's economy, STEMS4GIRLS in Tallahassee will partner with other community organizations, donors, and businesses in raising the public's awareness about the need for greater assess to high quality early childhood STEM education for all children. Our commitment is to help our targeted demographics become inspired, connected, engaged, supported, enriched, exposed and equipped to handle the impact of STEM in building sustainable, healthy communities.
End of school year meeting at Canopy Road Cafe
Youth as mentors are high school students trained to help young children in a variety of settings with hands-on-activities under the supervision of a college student and/or an adult.
College students as mentors are trained by professional educators or they enter the organization with previous experience as a mentor to youth or children usually through an afterschool program or a camp.
Professionals as mentors are invited to serve on one of S4G six committees, sponsor or co-sponsor an event, be a panelist, speakers, or lead/facilitate a workshops.
Your generous gift will help us fund our mission to help those in need. Together, we can make a difference.
All of you for your input, encouragement, and support, especially,
Jehovah, Cuz, and Atty. Ruby Seymour-Barr, Mignon DeShales, Student, Lively Technical Center - Photos
Alexa Harkness - Student, Lively Technical Center - Photos
Valencia Lawrence - Student, Florida A & M University -Web Page Design