Rising STEAM Stars is a program that provides an engaging platform for children to participate in fun and integrated hands-on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) activities to boost creativity and innovation, thus inspiring children into STEM careers at a tender age.
Over the first week of January 2017, a group of 70 secondary school students gathered at Marian University College, Bagamoyo for a ground-breaking training session – the Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
On behalf of the ProjeKt Inspire Team, we would like to thank all applicants who applied for the lifetime opportunity to attend the Second Annual STEM Youth Boot Camp that will take place in January, 2017. We have a few exciting updates for all youth who will be attending the camp:
We have been working for months teaching children on different scientific experiments under Toto Tech Program. As the program is expanding, we developed Toto TECH field trips which are even more practical and educative.
Five scores and seven years ago our fathers brought forth a new nation conceived in innovations and dedicated that all generations, young and old are innovative and advanced in technology. We are engaged in a great World War, standing at the Battlefield of that war, ready to conquer the generations.
Are you a secondary school student interested in becoming part of the rapidly growing movement to improve Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Learning in Tanzania? Here is an opportunity to become one of the participants of the Second Annual STEM Youth Boot Camp that will take place in the first week of January 2017.
International Girls in ICT Day is an initiative backed by all ITU Member States in ITU Plenipotentiary Resolution 70 (Rev. Busan, 2014). It aims at creating a global environment that empowers and encourages girls and young women to consider careers in the growing field of information and communication technologies (ICTs).