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Broader Impacts

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STEMTaught visited Camp Keep to collaborate with and contribute to the Camp Keep experience. Thousands of kids will benefit from using STEMTaught microscopes to view plankton and other microorganisms when they come back to the dome after their  belly biology activity. 

Camp Keep + STEMTaught

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You can help it all happen! 
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30 miles on foot, 5 days of volunteering, 1 teacher development workshop and $5,000 in STEM supplies were donated this week by the STEMTaught Foundation to help this schools  situation. This is the most remote elementary school in the United States and getting supplies there was no small issue. Luckily when we arrived at the school site, a n amazing Navjo principal and some great teachers stepped in to help. 

Havasupai Nation + STEMTaught

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Butte County Schools + STEMTaught

One year after the devastating ridge fire that consumed the town of Paradise California we found students still in need. Schools have not been rebuilt yet. Supplies and curriculum have not been replaced. Teachers are tired and needed respite. STEMTaught visited every classroom with a fun hands on lab. We left teachers with the supplies and curriculum they needed to keep engaging their class with hands-on learning. 

The past five years STEMTaught has focused on helping Kern County Schools bring more hands-on into the classroom. With over 2,000 volunteer class lab visits and many schools needing help with supplies STEMTaught is making a difference in Kern County.  See how you can help.

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Kern County Schools + STEMTaught

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Tohono O'odham Nation + STEMTaught

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The STEMTaught Foundation was invited to the Tohono O'odham nation in Arizona by the principal of Santa Rosa Ranch school.  The nearest motel we could find while visiting this remote school was 2 hrs away. Wild horses roam amidst swaro cacti on the school's campus because of a nearby watering hole. Like all students, the native Tohono students need more hands-on STEM. Join with us to inspire and create bright futures for these students.

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