Project Scientist is an education nonprofit delivering high-quality experiences in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) to underserved and marginalized girls* ages 4-18. We deliver summer and after-school programs in partnership with local schools, school districts, nonprofit organizations and STEM Companies.
*While we focus on those who identify as girls, Project Scientist is dedicated to serving children of all gender identities and expressions.
We are looking for partners who prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace and in their communities. As a Project Scientist partner, you will empower the next generation of STEM leaders by providing programming at no cost, connecting your employees with opportunities to work in the community and see first-hand the impact your company is making.
SCHOOLS & NONPROFITS
Project Scientists partners with school districts, individual schools, nonprofit and community organizations, and library systems to offer our programs. We provide curriculum, training materials for teachers, STEAM education kits for students and all the logistical support to run our programs.
Are you a parent or caregiver looking for interactive educational programs for your child? Do you want to support your child’s STEM dreams? Project Scientist can help. Read on to know how.
We have served over 20,000 girls across the United States and Mexico.
We have partnered with leading STEM companies to host over 370 expeditions for our students
STEM professionals engaged
We have engaged over 1,200 women STEM professionals to inspire our students.
We have trained over 375 teachers to deliver our programs.
Grace, Age 10
Possessing strong science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) skills often paves the way for a bright future for children. This is why STEM/STEAM education programs hold immense significance. With your support, Project Scientist will continue to work tirelessly to change gender stereotypes, remove math anxiety, and provide high-quality STEM programs without barriers.
Please join us in supporting the next generation of STEM leaders, innovators and disruptors.