In 2017, STEMNauts became a finalist in the prestigious MIT Launch entrepreneurship program and received a grant from MIT/LaunchX. We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to MIT/LaunchX High School Entrepreneurship Program (https://launchx.com/) for their generous grant in support of our mission.
In 2017, we were officially recognized and registered as a 501 c3 status nonprofit. We remain dedicated in our mission to inspire STEM, raise awareness, and create a collaborative environment.
Our impact has been most measurable through the number of students that participate in our tutoring and competitions. In the past five years, we have grown from helping one student to over 70 students per week and over 250 total students.
While originally starting solely at the Trenton Public Library, STEMNauts has expanded across multiple community/family centers. We now also partnered with: The Children’s Home Society of NJ (2018), MillHIll Child and Family Development (2018), and Hamilton Public Library (2019).
In the past five years, we have grown from three student volunteers to over 40+ tutors and 7 team leaders. Many of our volunteers participate for 50+ hours a year and have achieved the Presidential Volunteering Service Award (PVSA). We have received 6 gold PVSA awards and many silver and bronze level awards.
Current sophomore at Carnegie Mellon University. A strong believer in the inspiration, awareness, and colloboration model, he spearheads the STEMNauts competitions initiatives.
Current student at WW-P North. Coordinates with schools and organizations across the Trenton Area. He enjoy helping students of all ages and assisting in creating engaging science activities. Leads the Hamilton branch.
Current junior at WWP-North. Works with students to train for STEM competitions. He is a key member of the competitions division.
Current junior at WW-P High School North and serves as the coordinator of the Children's Home Society of New Jersey branch of STEMNauts. Helps develop and implement individual curriculum for students based on their needs and level in Reading, Writing, and Math.
Current senior at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North. Coordinators tutoring at the MillHill Learning Center and love inspiring students with interactive science experiments.
Current high school senior at South Brunswick High School. Develops interactive STEM workshops for students of all ages to engage in.
Current freshman at Rutgers University. Develops interactive STEM workshops for students of all ages to engage in.
Current senior at WWP-South interested and passionate about helping students with Science and Math work. Currently leads tutoring at the Trenton Free Public Library.
The backbone of our organization is our countless student tutors.