More opportunities for STEAM students have been created through the launch of a new laboratory.
May 26, 2023
Niesha Butler has returned to her roots to teach the next generation of children to “Go Pro.” The New York native opened the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) Champs Center for children to thrive in their career paths on Saturday, July 16, 2022. Now, the ballplayer turned software engineer hopes to remind the learning community success is possible in sports and beyond. “We’re excited to bring quality S.T.E.M. curriculum to the Brooklyn and Greater New York City kids. As a kid growing up in this same neighborhood, we were always encouraged to play sports, and through S.T.E.A.M. Champs and the S.T.E.A.M. Champs Foundation, we are encouraging kids to know both and excel in both areas of life,” Butler said in a statement to AfroTech.
Jul 22, 2022
Olay Body is here to provide women in the arts with the funding needed to make all of their dreams come true! Businesswire reports that the renowned personal care brand has reiterated its commitment to women in Science, Technology Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) with a $100,000 commitment through scholarship grants. Funds will go to The Fearless Artist (TFA) to support its drive toward artists by equipping them with access to coaching, community, and art buyers that share a desire to create social change. “Olay Body is committed to ensuring women see themselves represented through our brand,” said Freddy Bharucha, P&G’s Vice President of North America Personal Care in an official news release. “By partnering with TFA and offering these scholarships, we can help make a tangible impact in the lives of the very women our new Fearless Artist Collection of body washes represents.” A partnership with Avery Williamson, the Black artist responsible for the vibrant artwork that currently...
Jun 16, 2022
When taking a look at Mattaniah Aytenfsu’s resume, your first guess wouldn’t be that she had no prior experience within her pursued field going into her freshman year of college. While balancing being a student in college, the young science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) student worked with the likes of NASA and TaskRabbit — which eventually led to Google. At 24-years-old, Aytenfsu is a UX engineer for YouTube and a budding TikTok influencer.
Feb 10, 2022