Monthly Archives: April 2019

Microsoft STEM Education

Microsoft is a multi-billion dollar company that provides technology to people across the globe. They also have a “Hacking STEM Library” that supp...

Diversity in STEM

This week I wanted to write about diversity in the STEM workforce. I went into my research with my own opinions on why diversity is important to any w...

Skyhawks STEM Sports®

At the beginning of 2019, STEM Sports® began a partnership with Skyhawk Sports. Skyhawks provides skill-based sports programs for kids 4 to 14 throug...

Chevron Promotes STEM Education

Chevron is a part of the STEM education movement and partners with a variety of education foundations. They are focused on investing in the workforce ...

#After-schoolWorks

During the United States 2020 budget proposal, the Trump administration proposed to eliminate the 21st Century Community Learning Centers. This would ...

AT&T Advocates for STEM Education

Everyone knows AT&T as the multi-billion dollar phone carrier network. They have sponsorships with professional sports teams and spend millions on...

Science of Basketball

Basketball is a high energy game that involves immense athletic skill. It is a sport that requires arguably the highest concentration of both athletic...

STEM Sports® takes Mexico City

On March 30th, STEM Sports® CEO Jeff Golner made a trip down to Mexico City to implement our STEM curriculum on behalf of HandsOn Mexico. HandsOn is ...

Women in STEM: Shrinking the Gender Gap

Pooja Chandrashekar graduated from Harvard in 2018 with her A.B in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Global Health and Health Policy. She was also...