On June 21, 2018, Stemnova began its partnership with Junior Medical Academy to share respective educational resources and collaborate on a free, open-access joint curriculum, Cross Discipline STEM experimentation curricula, intended to allow students from across the world to learn and explore their interests in science and engineering.
Junior Medical Academy, co-founded by Reetam Ganguli and Lily Yang in 2015, is a Fremont-based nonprofit organization that focuses on creating and spreading a conceptual, engaging biology curriculum to students throughout the Bay Area and internationally. Their incredible work teaching biology and medicine lessons to Tier 1 elementary schools, local homeless shelters, and in chapters around the world truly demonstrate their goal to ensure every child has access to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education regardless of their income.
Stemnova and JMA plan to work in the future by spreading their joint education resources to their respective chapters and programs. The Cross Discipline STEM experimentation curricula encapsulates a wide-range of science and engineering concepts, with emphasis on 4 specific parts: 1. Oceanography, 2. Biology, 3. Diseases, 4. Astronomy.
Stemnova looks forward to furthering the common mission of increasing access to STEM education to deserving students from all communities around the world. Ultimately, Stemnova and JMA agree that science and education is the key to a better future. We are excited to help build this better future together.
For more information about JMA, please visit: www.jma.education
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