STEM Saturday, "Force and Motion - CARS, CARS, CARS!!!" - Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 9:30am - 12:30pm.

About Saginaw Stem

Saginaw S.T.E.M. is committed to expanding high-quality Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and opportunities to all students, regardless of race, socioeconomic status, or zip code. We offer an array of cost-free programs for students designed to build interest in and knowledge of STEM, including all ages and experience levels, to develop a diverse STEM-literate workforce.

WHAT WE DO

Bringing STEM to the Saginaw community

Through a network of school-time, out-of-school programs, community-based groups, parent organizations, businesses, and STEM professional organizations, Saginaw S.T.E.M. leads the way to identify common measures for high-quality STEM programs.

Inspire

We inspire youth to generate new technologies and ideas through Problem, Place, Project (3P) based learning and innovations using hands-on experiences.

Engage

Our programs are designed to engage directly with students and parents to create a learning environment that develops the critical thinking and soft skills necessary both within and outside the school setting.

Expose

We expose students to STEM-based programs and a network of professionals where they benefit from the expertise of scientists and engineers as mentors and advisors, ensuring opportunities for long-term student success.

Saginaw S.T.E.M. Presents the First Things First After School Enrichment Program.

MEASURING OUR IMPACT

Since 2021, we have impacted more than:

1032

K-12 Students

551

Schools

1232

Families

33

College Students

595

Community Volunteers

213

Professional Volunteers

$19,275

Compensation to our Middle, High School, and College Student Trainers

Help us bring STEM to the Saginaw community

STEM skills are in high demand in today’s rapidly changing world. These skills are, and will continue to be, the tools necessary to address the complex challenges of today and tomorrow. Unfortunately, many students from minority and low-income communities have been underserved in STEM education and underrepresented in STEM careers.

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