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Step Into Stem 2019 – an all-day engaging experience for student K-12 to enhance their science education through discussion, demonstrations, and other interactive activities.
Welcome to Junior STEM
After thorough research on the educational development of adolescents, the organization of Junior STEM was created. Our founders were constantly involved in volunteerism, early in their college careers they would engage with minority students at local Atlanta public schools. When pursuing careers, they found that children ask themselves three different questions: Am I good at this activity? Is this activity fun? Do I see other individuals like myself doing this activity? After dissecting this thought process, and realizing they asked the same questions growing up, they developed an organization to provide educational opportunities to support and encourage underrepresented students entering into STEM fields.
Today, Junior STEM is supported by numerous volunteers to give the best experience possible to increase matriculation of minority populations into STEM. We strive in order to create an enjoyable, interactive experience in all aspects of STEM for students K-12 through demonstrations, after school-activities, science modules, and overall immersive learning.
Step Into Stem 2019
Step Into Stem 2019: General Info
Step Into STEM
An interactive opportunity for students K-12 to learn more about STEM-related concepts.
November 9, 2019
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Molecular Science and Engineering Building
901 Atlantic Dr NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30318
Junior STEM’s after school program for students K-8 that performs demonstrations and activities facilitated by student volunteers from Georgia Tech.
STEM Club: General Info
An after-school program for students K-8 to participate in hands-on STEM activities with their peers.
Weekly on Fridays
2:45 PM – 4:00 PM
531 Luckie St NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30313
The Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) enhance PreK-12 and post-secondary STEM education by drawing upon the expertise and scholarly contributions of the Georgia Tech community.