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Studies show children exposed to STEM educational resources at a very young age perform better in science and math than students who are not.  The Institute bridges STEM  (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) with early adoption with memorable experiences.

STEM Inspire Institute

Our goals are focused on inclusion as we work to share our knowledge and let everyone know that we enjoy a profession that encourages and motivates a spirit of innovation and discovery.  We also want folks to know we get paid well for the work we do.

As a non-stock 501(c)6 trade association The National Minority Technology Council promotes the importance of STEM and CTE (Career and Technical Education) education and works to encourage parents and students to explore our industry. 

STEM Inspire Institute
 Program Outcomes

•    Increased interest in STEM

•    Increased STEM knowledge and skills

•    Increased communication skills

•    Increased critical thinking skills

•    Increased self discipline

•    Increased understanding of STEM in
     our daily lives

•    Increased sense of community

Program Director

Lorne Joseph

eGRC University

Karl Cureton

STEM Inspire Institute

Leadership

Industry Partnerships

Brenda Cureton

As a team we seek to increase student interest and involvement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) by engaging students in evidence based hands-on sustainable and affordable curriculum-based science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs. 

•    To provide students with a challenging learning environment focused on STEM.

•    To create a learning environment that motivates and inspires collaboration, communication, creativity and critical thinking.

•    To expose students to a variety of STEM careers and opportunities

Program Goals

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We are committed to transformation.

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