Science | Technology | Engineering | Arts | Math
Mentoring in the Cafeteria

Top Achievers’ no-cost STEAM program uses science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue and critical thinking. Collin County students in grades 3-12 are eligible to participate in our quarterly STEAM workshops.

According to a 2020 report from the National Science Foundation, there is currently a critical lack of women, people with disabilities, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans represented in science, technology, engineering and math careers.

To maintain our country’s leadership in science and technology, all students should have the access, opportunity, encouragement and tools to participate in the innovation economy, and to succeed amid technological progress and change. STEAM education helps build a future workforce that is skilled for a future transformed by science, technology and innovation.

Through its STEAM workshops, Top Achievers Foundation helps to provide access to all learners, and to build a workforce with future-proof skills.

Top Achievers will host 4 sets of quarterly camps to provide students the ability to build a foundation in each of the pillars of STEAM. Camps will focus on subjects such as CRISPR, crystallography, rocket combustion, and more.


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