Recipients of the “Most Energetic STEMstar” award are role models in the following ways: Excited to learn about STEM, they think outside of the box, proactively offer help to others, search for the answers, and follow the engineering design process. Here are our winners:
Sid (STEM For Kids Central Virginia)
Zach (STEM For Kids Triangle Region North Carolina)
Param (STEM For Kids Illinois North West Chicago)
Congratulations to all the winners!
STEMstars take challenges head-on when completing activity projects. They also do an outstanding job using soft skills such as our 4Cs (Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Creativity) to help themselves and others reach a goal. Kids may get frustrated and give up. Not these three leaders! They ask questions to seek answers and understand that failure does not mean the end.
“STEMstars, keep making an impact! Congratulations to the winners’ parents, the franchisees and the staff who work wonders to help these STEMstars shine”, says Founder Moni Singh, aka Ms. STEM to the youngsters.
STEM For Kids® provides a comprehensive curriculum comprising of engineering, biomedicine, computer programming / coding, robotics, automation and business programs for school-age children through summer camps, trackout camps, afterschool programs, weekend classes and classes in and outside schools.
National and international franchise opportunities for this innovative children’s services and educational enrichment system are available. The STEM For Kids brand is generating significant national and international interest and has made into various “Best of ” lists including Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top New Franchises, Best Trends, Franchise 500, The Vangaurd List, Startup Magazine’s Companies Ready to Make you the Boss, Franchise Gator’s Franchise 100 and Americas Best Franchise lists.
Business owners can start with as low as $20,000. Entrepreneurs looking for a low-cost entry into children’s educational services can learn more and apply at the STEM For Kids website
Schools, Principals, Superintendents, STEM Coordinators, Teachers and After-School Coordinators can bring the innovative programs to their schools as camps, in-school field trips, classes and after-school / before-school programs. Request on-site programs or curriculum training / professional development at https://www.stemforkids.net/inschools.