We register students for individual and group STEM competitions. We follow the registration with adequate training and participation in the events. Our training sessions are usually held online or at premises of non-profits, libraries, schools and other governmental agencies. We also host our own Math and Science Tournaments when we are unable to matchup the existing competitions to our students’ skill level.
We have had students involved in the following competitions:
In selective locations we provide year-long tutoring in Math, Sciences and Reading. Recommended audience is elementary, middle and high school students, however, anyone who wants to explore STEM or simply want to enjoy math, science or reading are welcome.
Tutoring locations and timings are below:
At these sessions, we help students with their school curriculum, homework, projects, and any other topics they want to learn about!
In selective locations we provide activities in Math and Sciences for elementary and middle school students. These workshops introduce the creative applications of STEM, which are often overlooked. The sessions are held:
We also deliver customized or ready-made seminars at the premises of requesting organizations. Each seminar is about one hour long and ends with a Q&A session. We print and distribute any material needed in the seminars. They immensely benefit students and parents.
If you are representing a library, non-profit, school or a government institution and wish to conduct STEM tournaments at your premises please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the following information :
If you are representing a library, non-profit, school, or a government institution and wish to conduct STEM awareness seminars, workshops, or SAT/ACT bootcamps at your premises, please email a request to email@example.com specifying the following information :