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Tucville Secondary School Joins The National STEM Competitive League

Georgetown, Guyana – May 5, 2018:  More than 20 1st – 4th form students from Tucville Secondary School, today joined the STEMGuyana National STEM league.  The STEM league is currently in progress and is host to 15 teams representing schools, community groups and church STEM clubs competing in MIT Scratch coding, Lego Mindstorm robot building and programming, mobile app development…

STEMGuyana Donates Robot Kits To Deaf Association On Behalf Of Diaspora Sponsors

Georgetown, Guyana – Saturday, February 24, 2018:  This morning STEMGuyana representatives donated two Lego Mindstorm EV3 robot kits to 2 STEMClubs organized by The Deaf Association Of Guyana, Inc. Master Trainers, Farnaz Baksh, Stephanie Simon, Aisha Peters, Dominic Budhan, Shawn Singh and Arrianna Mahase joined Local Director, Mr Colin Sawh and other club members, to hand over the two robots.…

Robotics Introduced to First Lady’s ICT Program at Eccles

Eccles, Guyana: October 19, 2017 — Several early school leavers are among the young people who are currently enrolled in First Lady Sandra Granger’s ICT program hosted at the Eccles Training Centre. STEMGuyana’s club members Horace Moseley and Aisha Peters are the [certification pending], master robotics trainers for the program, where students will receive 20hrs of training in robot building…

STEMGuyana launching competitive leagues for schools, groups

Repost from Stabroek News – 9/22/2017 STEM Guyana, the local science and technology body which, earlier this year coached a rookie Guyana team to a creditable and entirely unexpected tenth place finish at the first ever Global Robotics Competition in Washington, DC has announced that it will shortly be launching three Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Leagues in Guyana.…

Kuru Kururu STEM Club Passes On Scratch Programming Logic To ‘Brainwise’ Students

Kuru Kururu, Guyana: July 25th, 2017  —  Kids and Teens from the Brainwise organization, located at the South Vryheid’s Lust, East Coast Demerara; enjoyed learning Scratch programming today with Mrs Jeanette Frank and the Kuru Kururu STEM Club. Contributing to the coaching session was Team Guyana’s lead programmer and Kuru Kururu club memberAnthony Frank.  The Brainwise organization intends to create…

Organize A S.T.E.M. Club In Your Community

Since the launch of our 2016 Summer robotics building and programming camps, more than 40 community representatives in Guyana have reached out to STEMGuyana to ask about creating STEM clubs for the youth in their communities to learn coding, robotics and math enrichment through our N.G.S.A. mobile app.  After some deliberation, we have decided to expand our S.T.E.M. program into…

STEM Robotics Camp volunteers brush off power outage and learn to build and program robots

Georgetown, Guyana – July 20th, 2016 – Nearly 45 minutes into a discussion about the tiny country of Estonia – a country responsible for the creation of Skype, and wildly successful in rolling out their e-government programme and developing a thriving startup landscape – STEM Guyana’s first volunteer training workshop was interrupted by a power outage.  As participants sat in disappointed silence, resilient local IT specialist Vidya Kissoon suggested taking the camp outdoors. The ensuing positive response was unanimous, and…

K12youthCode.com team concludes workshop for local organizations interested in starting STEM clubs

Tuesday July 19th – Georgetown, Guyana – The k12youthcode.com team arrived in Guyana on July 18th to begin a series of camps and workshops for young people interested in learning about robot building and programming.  The team arrived with 17 robot kits paid for by a group of supportive citizens from the Diaspora who want to ensure that Guyana’s underprivileged youth receive the STEM knowledge…