Supporting West Virginia’s Future in STEM Innovation

Latest News – Jordan Bowen Launched GIRLS (Girls Interested in Robotics Lego and Scratch) a camp for middle school girls. View More Here

Inspiring Minorities

We are organizing different initiatives to support females in male dominated STEM fields ranging from middle school robotics club (GIRLS), female only STEM camp (Academy) to statewide organization to provide mentoring to female from K12, university to industry (EMPOWERS).

Project-Based Learning

Our group is organizing professional development for K12 teachers and after school programs for K12 students on Project Based Learning to demonstrate application of abstract math or science concepts at real world scenarios to make students interested in STEM careers.   

Computer Science For All

We began our journey with the CS For All project in the Summer of 2013. For this project our partners include state level (WVDE), global industry (Google Inc.), nationwide non-profits (4H), all with the same goal “Computer Science for every one at our state of West Virginia.

Upcoming Events

November, 2018 – After-School Program on “Project-Based Learning”

Since September 2018 we are assisting one high school and three middle schools of Raleigh County to conduct after-school program with “project-based learning” as the theme, sponsored by Carter Family Foundation. On November we are showcasing our after-school programs to the local community.

January, 2019 – Third Follow up Session for

The third follow up session for the middle and high school teachers who went to the Teacher Conference this summer in Atlanta will be held at WVU Beckley campus.

In Partnership With


Google, Toyota, WV HEPC, Carter Foundations, NASA WV Consortium, NCWIT, AAUW