Our core mission statement revolves around learning about issues to empower students to apply this knowledge in solving problems. In addition to teaching students about diverse science fields from biology and oceanography to epidemiology and astronomy, we teach students build and engineering techniques.
At Stemnova, through our educational programs, we have directly taught 250+ students from all economic backgrounds with topics ranging from Astronomy to Oceanography. Based on the needs of the student and class, we have 3 different and very flexible models of teaching.
If your child or a child you know is interested in science or isn't remotely interested either, consider signing them up for Stemnova's sessions! No experience or prior exposure to STEM is needed.
Collaborating with educators and students from all backgrounds across the Bay Area, Stemnova has tailored an open-source curriculum to increase students' critical thinking, experimentation, and creativity within science.
With our 240-paged curriculum guide with 4 sections: 1. Oceanography and Geology, 2. Diseases and Epidemiology, 3. Cell Biology, and 4. Astronomy, we hope to introduce young students to the vastness of science as well as immerse them within the specificity of the subject as well.
By partnering up with other organizations in the area, we have hosted competitions and workshops for students from all backgrounds. Through this, we ensure that all students have an equal opportunity to practice their skills in a professional environment.
From an online STEM contest to our one-day science and engineering competition, we have opportunities and events geared towards students of all interests, ages, and backgrounds.