GForce STEM Club
Our mission is to teach and train the next generation of students about demanding careers in STEM using STEM technology.
What We Do
Our team of high school students and GForce STEM Alumni work together to create engaging workshops for students with between an age range of 8-15.
What is STEM?
STEM is an acronym that represents the academic disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
The demand for STEM-related jobs, such as a chemical engineer or statistician, are on the rise. However, there has been a significant decline in the number of middle and high school-aged students interested in STEM. Many students look at STEM-related school subjects, such as mathematics or engineering, and think it's too hard for them. As a result, there are not enough STEM graduates to fulfill the growing demand from our society.
The GForce STEM Club aims to teach valuable STEM skills through our public workshops. We teach problem solving in workshops like Intro to Computer Programming and Mathematics. Participate in FTC Robotics or (Yo)unity Bot, and you'll learn how to design and troubleshoot a robot capable of moving autonomously. While our workshops are open to anybody, our Girls Engineering workshop focuses specifically on women in STEM. Our STEM Career Fair offers students the ability to explore different STEM careers by talking to industry professionals. We have workshops that teach every aspect of STEM so that students are better prepared for a STEM career in their future.