Promoting Success In STEM Careers
As a STEM nonprofit, GenerateTech is committed to providing scalable, real-world and hands-on cutting-edge training in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to students from grades three through twelve, and at little to no cost, so that any student who seeks to participate could not be excluded because of the cost factor.
In the past, only privileged children have benefited from quality systematic training in STEM education, which gave them a competitive advantage over their not so well-to-do peers. *According to the Alabama STEM Report conducted between 2012-2016, the percentage of students interested in STEM has declined. Yet, there are over 105,000 STEM jobs available in Alabama. This is an increase of 18% over 2008 numbers and is 1% above the national average.
The staff at GenerateTech will work hard to challenge, inspire, and educate the next generation to become the best scientists, engineers, and computer programmers they can become. Your child, regardless of the grades on his or her report card will learn, excel and grow via our hands-on project-based STEM program.
Within our STEM-driven facility, there are no spectators. Every student is motivated and observed to ensure balanced participation. By focusing on skill acquisition, team-building, the development of critical thinking skills and careers, your child will get the very best shot at becoming a successful adult.
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GenerateTech's Mobile STEM Community Initiative
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GenerateTech's Mobile STEM
Community Initiative (GMSCI)
In keeping with GenerateTech’s core mission to expose students from diverse backgrounds, including special needs, gifted and neurotypical students, to hands-on training in STEM education, GMSCI is being developed as an innovative way to reach, engage and inspire elementary and high school students across communities. GMSCI will allow our nonprofit to make it easier and smarter for underserved students of all races to benefit from real-world STEM education by going, on weekends, where they are at – to their local community centers, parks and other outdoor spaces while COVID-19 is still a major health threat. For more information about GMSCI, click this link: GMSCI DETAILS