Frequently Asked Questions
STEM is the interdisciplinary teaching of Science, Technology,
Engineering and Mathematics.
STEM NOLA (SN) is an organization on a mission to expose, inspire and engage members in the surrounding communities about the opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
The mission of STEM NOLA is to grow future Innovators, Creators, and
Entrepreneurs through inspiration, engagement, and exposure. Members
of the community learn about opportunities in the fields of Science,
Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) via engaging and interactive
STEM NOLA designs and delivers activities, programs & events that bring inspiration, motivation and training to all STEM stakeholders, specifically focusing on underserved communities, across the city. Participants receive the opportunity to obtain 21st Century skills of Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking and Community.
Anyone can partner with STEM NOLA
Subscribe to the newsletter at stemnola.com
Visit www.stemnola.com and fill out the volunteer form
Visit www.stemnola.com and click the link
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call at (504) 391-0730
STEM Saturdays are community engagement events designed to expose, inspire, and engage underserved youth in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Any student in grades PreK – 12th
Visit www.stemnola.com and click the link “Register”
STEM Saturday is held the second Saturday of each month
STEM Saturday is FREE to all students who receive free or reduced lunch. If your student does not receive free or reduced lunch at school, the cost is $60
Parents are required to check in their child(ren) at registration and remain for the first 30 minutes of STEM Saturday. Parents are also required to sign out their student upon program dismissal.
Pizza is served at the end of each event to each participant.