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Parents’ Guide to STEM
BostonTechMom is your resource for children’s STEM opportunities. Here you’ll find practical, unbiased information about engaging programs for students from kindergarten through high school.
The website covers a wide range of formats—after-school classes and clubs, summer camps, one-day workshops, and special events. Programs cover subjects like engineering, coding, biotechnology, robotics, math, environmental and natural science, entrepreneurship, and STEAM (art with STEM). There’s enough variety to meet the needs of every child and family!
Finding STEM Programs
Blog For Parents
I want to make you aware of an awards program open to 9-12 grade women, genderqueer, or non-binary students for their computing-related achievements and interests.