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AcaSTEMics creates the next generation of scientists and engineers. We do this by providing (1) Educational STEM kits, (2) developing STEM curriculum, and (3) facilitating professional development. Do you know there are over 2 million STEM jobs that are unfulfilled? AcaSTEMics aim to solve this national problem. We are looking for school systems, other student-centered organizations and corporate sponsors to invest in fun, interesting, and innovative methods of teaching science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Take a look at some of our STEM Programs below

School STEM Programs: AcaSTEMics has provided in-school and after-school programs for the academic school years of 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 for elementary and middle schools specializing in STEM sessions that introduces students to STEM concepts such as electricity and renewable energy sources. STEMBIZNESS is an accredited curriculum that merges STEM with entrepreneurship. Please listen to the winning STEM House investment presentation. STEMBIZNESS licensing and certifications are available to schools and organizations 

Partners: Gadsden (AL) City Schools (21st Century Community Learning Center Federal Grant); Anniston (AL) City Schools (Alabama Department of Education STEM Grant)

Total STEM Student-Hours of Exposure: 5,420

Summer STEM Programs: Over the past two summers AcaSTEMics has provided various summer camps that include a summer camp version of STEMBIZNESS and a STEM Careers Summer Camp whereby campers learn about the various STEM careers that are afforded it to them. Take a look at this video from the partnership with South Carolina State University 1890 Program.

Partners: South Carolina State University 1890 Program (Pee Dee Region); City of Anniston, AL (Wiggins Community Center); Anniston City Schools (McKinney-Vento Federal Grant); Gadsden City Schools (21st Century Community Learning Center Federal Grant; McWane, Inc (Corporate Sponsor)

Total STEM Student-Hours of Exposure: 1,755

Saturday STEM Programs: AcaSTEMics has provided Saturday mornings program through the academic year to a number of student-centered organizations. These general STEM sessions introduces the associated STEM concept through assembling the educational STEM kits, having a discussion of the "how" and "why" along with the STEM careers with average salaries of each career. These sessions also discuss career and technical education (CTE) options to obtaining STEM jobs. 

Partners: 100 Black Men of Douglasville (GA); River Parishes Delta Sigma Theta Alumnae Chapter (LA); Steel Creek Martial Arts Academy (NC); Northeastern Technical School (SC)

Total STEM Student-Hours of Exposure: 372


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What does AcaSTEMics do?

AcaSTEMics does the following the provide STEM education to all youth:

Educational STEM Kits

STEM Curriculum &
Professional Development

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AcaSTEMics provide educational STEM kits that increase visual perception and develop intelligence along with logical thinking. These kits satisfy Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and achieve gifted and talented competencies such as critical thinking, creative thinking,
and metacognition skills.

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AcaSTEMics is certified to provide STEM instruction and accredited to develop STEM curriculum for students and professional development to public, private and home-school teachers. AcaSTEMics’ curricula and professional development approach is to connect STEM concepts to the real world so that learning STEM is fun and interactive
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STEM Motivational Speaking

Jerome D. McQueen is available for booking speaking events to spread the word of the wondrous and lucrative opportunities that STEM careers have to offer. He is available via virtual or in-person. Please listen to an excerpt of a speech.
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AcaSTEMic Purpose

"There was a young man in our mentoring program for almost 3 years. He was in and out of the juvenile court system. We even had Thanksgiving Dinner with him in the detention center. His family moved away before he graduated the mentoring program and we lost contact for a number of years. Then a few years ago his mother called and said he graduated engineering from Ohio State University. "