One of the main goals of Iowa NSF EPSCoR is to engage students at all levels in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Whether it's K-12, community college, undergraduate, or graduate students, Iowa NSF EPSCoR involves students in workshops, events, internships, and research where they learn about energy as well as other STEM topics.
St. Mark Youth Enrichment hosts a summer learning program. Children can engage in hands-on learning activities that build skills in literacy, science, technology, engineering, arts, math, and music while building meaningful relationships that build them up for success.
Tech Journey's mission is "To inspire youth to increase their knowledge and interest in technology by providing engaging learning opportunities led by technology professionals." This is achieved by hosting camps and programs for young minds to participate in.
The Des Moines Public Schools offers academic programming, recreational enrichment, and family literacy to students and families. STEM activities are necessary for students to gain 21st century workforce skills.
Community Youth Concepts' mission is to engage and connect Iowa students through youth development programming and to provide coaching, training, and technical assistance in best practices to youth-serving non-profits. Community Youth Concepts also offers STEM Programs where students can explore interests in STEM fields and work together on creative and educational projects.
College Factual's mission is to help every student get their best fit education for less. They help students find and get great deals on the best fit colleges for them by using the best data available to create accurate matching, sorting and filtering tools so every student can find their perfect college and major match.
The LearnHowToBecome.org team help students understand what it takes to land their perfect career, from picking the right school all the way to climbing the company ladder. They offer a comprehensive resource that can guide individuals through each of the steps they need to take to begin, further, or change their career path.