Project Scientist partners with Title 1 school districts, schools and nonprofit organizations to deliver our high-quality STEAM education programs to girls* ages 4-18 from marginalized and underserved communities.

We currently offer programs in English and Spanish across the United States and Mexico.

*While we focus on those who identify as girls, Project Scientist is dedicated to serving children of all gender identities and expressions.

What to expect

If you’re interested in bringing our programs to your institution, here’s what you can expect:

What Project Scientist offers to all program partners:

Teaching curriculum

Training materials

Lab kits for students

Training for class facilitators

Logistical support to run our programs

What we need from our partners:

A minimum of 20 students

Dedicated learning space equipped with wifi 

Monitor or screen

Class facilitators

How to partner with us

Complete a Program Interest Form, and a member of our team will contact you to arrange an introductory meeting. Following that, we will identify a suitable funder to provide our program tuition-free to students. Once the funding match is secured, we will send you a formal agreement, and we’ll be all set to begin!

Our Partners

Battle Creek Schools

Compton Unified School District

Devonshire Elementary

DIF de Monterrrey

El Sol Science and Arts Academy of Santa Ana

Kannapolis City Schools

Los Angeles Unified School District

Minneapolis Public Schools

Raise a Child of the Carolinas

Saint Paul Public Schools

Tyler ISD

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