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STEAM Curriculum

STEAMtrix is a summer STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) program that incorporates the arts. The STEAMtrix curriculum focuses on project based learning as it seeks to develop participants’ knowledge of opportunities in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics fields. It challenges its targeted participants (multicultural/ minority students and female students) to unleash the greatness within, because they are more than statistics: they are fearfully and wonderfully made!

Empowering Youth

The purpose of STEAMtrix is to provide underrepresented populations (specifically multicultural/minorities and females) with innovative opportunities to participate in STEM outside of the traditional academic setting. It is a necessity that all students are granted opportunities to be prepared to enter the STEM workforce, if they so choose. We seek to partner with organizations to implement a STEM education program curriculum that will encourage and sustain underrepresented populations interest and participation in the STEM pipeline.

STEAMtrix Program

During out-of-school time, periods when students are not in school, many are not afforded opportunities to continue their growth in content knowledge. The lack of opportunities for these students contributes to the United States educational system’s failure to meet the needs of the new global economy that demands a robust workforce of innovative thinkers. We provide students with innovative opportunities to participate in STEM during out-of-school time to enhance their knowledge and help prevent summer learning loss!

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Black STEAMers Day 17

 Dr. Mamie Phipps Clark was born on April 18, 1917, in Hot Springs, Arkansas to Harold H. and Katy Florence Phipps. Clark began her undergraduate career as a math major and Physics minor, but after realizing the employment opportunities of the time and her passion for children’s development, she switched to Psychology. She went on […]

Black STEAMers Day 16

 Mark Dean was born on March 2, 1957, in Jefferson City, Tennessee to James and Barbara Dean. He is credited with helping to launch the personal computer age because of his work in making the machines more accessible and powerful.As a child, Dean showed a love for building things even constructing a tractor from scratch […]

Black STEAMers Day 15

Dr. Lilia Ann Abron was born on March 8, 1945, in Memphis, Tennessee to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buford Abron. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry from LeMoyne College in Memphis, Tennesse. She then earned her Master’s of Science in Sanitary Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. Abron joined the workforce for […]

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