The STEM workshop is a pilot program in applied mathematics and engineering designed by the Future Engineers Camp in California. The mission of this program is to provide foundational knowledge in STEM while fostering curiosity and creativity. Volunteers spend a few hours at a low-income school help conduct hands-on activities to teach STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics).
One of the many things that are required to facilitate self motivated learning are school supplies. The proper supplies for students is pivotal in their learning environment. Click here to inquire about donations of school supplies.
SelfEd is always looking for volunteers for activities such fundraising and more. We are involved in many projects and we are looking for your help!
To access materials specific to facilitators, you must first register as a user. To sign up, first go to the homepage and click sign up on top and fill out the form to register for an account.
Once you have signed up, please click the button below and fill out the form required to apply for a facilitator role. Fill out the necessary information. You may also be asked for a video call interview.
If your application gets approved, you will recieve an email confirming your status. You will then be able to login on the homepage and access the Resources page.
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