At Young STEM Professionals, we have created a fun and engaging enrichment program for kids ages 5 - 17 by using two major components.
First, Young STEM Professionals provides education advancement and introduces young adults and children to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. In our programs, participants will enhance their problem-solving skills, perform hands-on activities in project-based learning, and explore the world of potential STEM-related career paths and opportunities.
Our second component involves providing youth leadership development training activities where participants will perform exercises in trust building, communication skills, conflict resolution, effective supervisory skillsets, teamwork, and understanding leadership roles.
Young STEM Professionals’ objectives include providing general guidance in STEM fundamentals to underrepresented youth and children grades K - 12. We provide ongoing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math general education programs with hands-on and project-based learning.
Our friendly, supportive staff assist youth in developing leadership skills, preparing them for the 21st-century, workplace and fostering interest in the development of STEM areas and career paths. We promote personal and social responsibility among underrepresented minority youth with STEM prospective.
I am President of the Young STEM Professionals. I have been a part of the STEM program since its inception in 2016. I received my MBA and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. I have worked for 3 major global technology organizations, Verizon, Ericsson, and Intel. I am excited to be a part of this phenomenal Top Teens Academy and look forward to your STEM learning experience.
I have been instructing with the STEM program for four years. I am a 3rd year student attending Prairie View A&M University where I have consistently made the Prairie View A&M University College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology Honor Roll.
I am excited to further students’ education with a fun twist to it.
I am a Middle School teacher who teaches College Career Ready, Business, Marketing & Finance, and Technology Applications. I completed my Bachelor's Degree at Dallas Baptist University in Business Management. I have also completed my Master's degree in Technology and Curriculum Development at Phoenix University. Teaching young developing minds is a passion for me.
For the past 5 years, I have had the pleasure to be a part of the Young STEM Professionals and Engineering for Kids. I love watching students learn and develop innovative creations of their own. As technology grows, and the world changes around us, I often learn with the students. While working with Engineering for Kids, I was honored to be Teacher of the Month in 2020. I am excited to be an instructor with Young STEM Professionals and I enjoy my time working with the children of the community that Young STEM Professionals serves.
I love to have fun in the classroom! I'm excited to be a part of this experience and look forward to serving as your Coding Instructor. I have a 🎓 Bachelor’s Degree in Business Studies, with a concentration in 💻 Information Technology. I have been in IT Support since I was 17 years old. I am a Dallas Texas native. I'm a 🤱🏽mom of 3, a 🏘Realtor and part-time👩🏽🏫STEAM Teacher. I love 💘all things STEAM and I'm glad we share a common interest!
I have worked in the field of Education for 40+ years. I am pursuing a Doctorate’s Degree in Supervision, Curriculum, and Instruction from Texas A&M University - Commerce. I have a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Elementary Education, and a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Special Education. I have received Mid-Management / Principal Certifications. I have been instructing with the STEM program for three years.
Young STEM Professionals
Cedar Hill, Texas 75106, United States
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