Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math Studies
At S4G, we are intentional about focusing on an intergenerational approach to staff our programs with retirees, professionals, college, high school and youth. Recently, we added pee wee volunteers to our list of volunteering opportunities giving our youngest a jumpstart in civic engagement.
Do you want community service hours, an internship, in-service hours, transferable work skills, or do you want to learn more about the inner workings of a nonprofit organization? Check out our volunteer opportunities posted on Volunteer Leon or click the following link.
"Ms. Kaye, I absolutely loved working with the students. They were always so enthusiastic and ready to learn new things about their environment."
~ B. Whyte, May 2019
" Stem4girls has been one of the best experiences in my undergraduate career, and truly thankful for the opportunities the organization has offered me. Director Kaye Crawford truly has put her heart and soul into S4G and it shines through working with students and volunteers. The organization has shown the importance of investing in our underserved communities. More importantly, that minority men and women are needed in STEM careers. I have enjoyed working with the members in creating lesson plans, science fairs and most importantly seeing the excitement of the students when the learn something new. S4G has been a positive experience in helping me grow as a person as well realizing my strengths and weaknesses.
~A. Whitehead, October 2019
"I enjoyed working with the members in creating lesson plans, science fairs and most importantly seeing the excitement of the students when the learn something new. STEMS4Girls has been a positive experience in helping me grow as a person as well realizing my strengths and weaknesses."
~A. Whitehead, October 2019
"I have been apart of STEMS4Girls since December 2017, and I have watched it grow from a prodigious vision into a remarkable reality. I joined STEMS4Girls because I relate to its mission, I could see the lack of minorities, especially women in STEM fields. By being a part of this organization, I can help bridge that gap and bring STEM to underserved and overlooked communities. It also allows me to use and develop my interests and talents to help my community and strengthen our impact. I enjoy the feeling that the work that I do helps change the lives of others."
Our volunteers are required to work a minimum of two hours per week, and attend at least two events.
Currently, we do not have a permanent location. We are mobile and travel to specific site locations.
We have a plethora of tasks that can be performed remotely, and events that are held on weekends.
No. No matter where you live we are grateful for your interest in advancing our organization's mission.
You can find out about our needs by registering at the Volunteer Leon website.
"To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift". Steve Prefontaine
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