Founded in 2018, in Atlanta, GA--the Silicon Valley of the South--Smart STEM, LLC is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) curriculum development, STEM training, and STEM program development company. Smart STEM concentrates on expansion of the STEM pipeline, via development of curriculums that honor a student’s gender, culture, race, and socioeconomic circumstance. Smart STEM also provides comprehensive training for teachers, educational system leaders and staff, and others missioned to work with children, so that students may enjoy a more effective, balanced, and robust experience--both at and away from school.
Smart STEM also plans or assists in planning STEM events that provide students the opportunity to crucible their interests in STEM with other, like-minded pupils; hone their current STEM skill sets; or discover, be trained in, and develop a passion for, new STEM systems, tools, and skills.
Smart STEM’s diverse, intensive, and tailored model of curriculum development, administrator/teacher/staff training, and program development supplies educational systems, as well as after school organizations, the opportunity to engage students effectively, utilizing a 21st-century approach. Its innovative, laser-like, inclusive approach encourages and enables students from all backgrounds to cast their own footprint in the fields of STEM, and in the future, to advance in the educational pursuit of STEM careers, and ensure their ultimate, unique and invaluable contributions to professions, research, advocacy, and mentorship in the world of STEM.
Smart STEM offers the following tailored, comprehensive, systemic and individualized STEM educational consulting services:
Curriculum Development: For universities/colleges, schools (private and public), administrators, teachers and other educational system staff, who require more integrated STEM lessons and curriculums, which can also be customized for summer camps and after school programs;
Professional Development: Delivers customized, individual and group training for K-12 educators; and,
STEM Programs: Designed to introduce and enhance interest in the diverse array of professions in the world of STEM, and cultivate a future applicant pool in the same, particularly for girls, girls of color, and other underserved communities and minority groups.
Training Client List
DeKalb County School District, Stone Mountain, GA (US)
Okefenokee RESA, Waycross, GA (US)
West 40 Schools, Chicago, IL (US)