We Love STEM is a non-profit community of students who are passionate about STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). We believe that STEM can be irresistibly fun if you get the chance to code, build, create and experiment. All kids should have an equal chance to become the innovators, educators, researchers, and leaders who can solve the most pressing challenges in our world, both today and tomorrow. However today, not enough kids have access to quality opportunities and too few students get to experience the fun of STEM.
The We Love STEM community aims to inspire and generate a love for STEM within elementary and middle schoolers through enjoyable learning opportunities with coding, building, IOS/Android app development, robotics, science experiments and math games! We believe diversity and working with people from different backgrounds not only prepares you for the workplace, but also makes learning more fun.
We believe, given the right opportunity and exposure all kids can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
Our mission is to foster a love of STEM and creative thinking in under-resourced, under-privileged students by allowing them to explore their own individuality through a club-created curriculum of fun and engaging hands on projects in a stress free supportive environment which will be absolutely free of cost.
What we do
"We Love STEM" clubs are administrated and sponsored by High School students and adult volunteers/guests/teachers who are supportive to our mission. Typically we meet twice a week after the school and/or weekend. We also conduct workshops in schools, libraries and public places. We run program in quarterly basis where in each quarter our focus is in one of the following areas:
- Arduino engineering and building fun IOT devices
- IOS / Android app building
- Learn coding with Java/Python
- Learn Physics and Chemistry with fun experiments
- Math puzzles and games
During each quarter, all students will build, innovate and learn something new and exciting. At the end of the quarter they will have opportunity to showcase their work on "Presentation Day".