The STEM Academy, Inc. aka STEM 101 is a national non-profit thought leader and provider of STEM education programs. STEM 101 provides 21st century career minded k-16 curriculum, instructor training and administrator coaching to inspire, engage, and prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow. STEM 101's flexible use, national standards-based curriculum is a powerful resource for in-school, after-school, or summer bridge programming for all schools; public, private, and charter.
We partner with companies to connect students and adult learners to in-demand career pathways. Corporations and government entities partner with STEM 101 to develop real-world projects for classroom and workforce service use.
STEM 101's middle grades repository includes over 400 hours of blended-learning curriculum and project-based activities for in-school, after-school and summer bridge programming. Repository units include: learning objectives, teacher resources, content knowledge, student activity, STEM connections and assessments.Explore
STEM 101's high school curriculum features over 3,000 hours of blended-learning curriculum and project-based activities for in-school, after-school and summer bridge programming. Curriculum units include: learning objectives, teacher resources, content knowledge, student activity, STEM connections and assessments.Explore
STEM 101 academic team provides districts and schools with onsite analytics on how to best utilize existing resources and facilities to maximize STEM education practice and impact.Inquire Here >
STEM 101's executive team provides government entities with education roadmap consulting on best practices to develop the STEM technical workforce pipeline for targeted sectors of the economy.Inquire Here >
STEM 101's executive team is building an uprecedented bridge between corporations and education. Corporations that invest are interested in investing in education will realize ROI(return on investment) via the workforce pipeline developed.Inquire Here >
Feel fully prepared to pursue any option after high school.
Plan on post high school education/training.
Are interested in pursuing a STEM career. (USA average: 23%)