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Closing the gender gap: Ada Developers Academy helps women learn programming skills for free

Not long ago, Davida Marion was managing an ice cream shop, Ellen Wondra-Lindley was answering phone calls on a customer service hotline, and Elizabeth Uselton was tallying employee payroll for a catering company.

Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship (AEF) Program

The Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship (AEF) Program provides a unique opportunity for accomplished K-12 educators in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to serve in the national education arena. Fellows spend eleven months working in a Federal agency or in a U.S. Congressional office, bringing their extensive knowledge and experience in the classroom to education program and/or education policy efforts.


Lunar Space Project

This spring, through the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative, iSPACE will immerse over 900 5th grade students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in their usual fun and unique iSPACE way. In the Lunar Base Project, funded by Procter & Gamble through the Strive Partnership and KnoweldgeWorks, students from Fairfield Intermediate, Hyde Park Elementary, and Mt.


National Youth Summit Series

The National Youth Summit Series brings together some of the best and brightest students to focus on maker, healthy living, and agri-science. Designed for high school students (grades 9 - 12), the Summits provide opportunities to learn technical skills, participate in hands-on activities and workshops, learn from leaders in the field, and visit professional and academic sites. Students attend in teams comprised of two to eight youth and are accompanied by an adult mentor/chaperone.


Space Cadets: STEM Program Gives Students Control of Satellites

To spark STEM inspiration, one tech company is reaching for the stars. Starting Wednesday, students and teachers across the world will be able to control tiny cube-shaped satellites orbiting the globe nearly 100 miles above their schools, harnessing high-tech sensors aboard the devices to predict thunderstorms, solar flares and much more. “We really want to expand STEM education, and one way to do that is to access space,” says Sunny Washington.