STEM Santa Fe advocates for, develops and provides STEM programming, mentoring and resources for all youth, especially underrepresented groups in STEM, to realize their potential and expand their opportunities in a dynamic world.
STEM Santa Fe envisions a world filled with analytical citizens exploring complex issues for the betterment of society.
An inspiring monthly program dedicated for girls and nonbinary students in 5th-8th grade. The program includes an inspiring one-day conference for 100-150 girls usually on a Saturday, augmented by monthly in-depth workshops and camps led by professional women in STEM. The girls experience new STEM hands-on activities in small groups and engage in a friendly, safe environment to make long-lasting friendships.
Our Summer camps and STEM Circles in-person and virtually are offered on a variety of topics for students in 6th – 12th grade: 3D design, App Development, Math Puzzle Solvers, Building Laser Harps with Arduino, Designing and building Drones, and many other STEM and STEAM topics with students presentations and showcase on Fridays.
Mainly offering Internationally recognized Julia Robinson Mathematics festivals.
Middle school-aged boys and girls come together to explore thought-provoking mathematics in a social and cooperative atmosphere.
Other math enrichment programs are being offered and under development.
In collaboration with Northern New Mexico College, Santa Fe Community College, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Santa Fe Public Schools, this program provides college student mentors to guide high school students through STEM projects that are culturally and locally relevant. Currently at Capital HS, Española Valley HS and others
Advocating for STEAM programs through collaborations, outreach and partnerships. Mentoring and supporting STEM teams/clubs in STEM competitions: Congressional App Challenge, NM Electric Car Challenge, RoboRAVE, and Mathcounts. New in 2021-2022: STEM Saturdays @ Santa Fe Public Library – Southside Branch.
We were thrilled to successfully return to in-person programming in our 2021-2022 year. While this transition certainly presented challenges, we are proud to say that we kept all our programs going strong and grew our efforts to serve even more students than last year!