Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math Studies
Our founder, Kaye Crawford, is a first-generation college graduate on a mission to increase the representation of women of color in science, technology, engineering, and math studies and careers (STEM) and provide greater access to afterschool STEM project-based learning opportunities that will inspire the next generation of young girls to sustain STEM practices throughout their education and career. Through her educational and work experiences, she understands the necessity of having committed mentors who can nurture and help children and youth from underserved communities reach their full potential.
Through afterschool Saturdays STEM literacy programs and services, a robust volunteer and youth community and civic program, we will provide STEM-related support and services to young ladies from underserved communities at no cost.
STEMS4Girls, Inc. expects to narrow the educational and resource disparity that exists among underserved and rural communities in Leon County. With the support of the local community, corporate, private, and government grants, we aspire to build a state-of-the-art STEM facility where girls of color with less than a 2.5 GPA can have a safe space to actively explore and engage with educators, tutors, and mentors. Through a structured data driven design and support system, we plan to nurture their STEM identity, expose them to career opportunities in the STEM industry and inspire the next generation of young girls to sustain STEM practices throughout their education and career.
STEMS4Girls, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization. Copyright © 2022 STEMS4GIRLS, Inc, - All Rights Reserved.
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