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STEMGuyana Shares Robot Technology With Guyanese Youth Through Nationwide Pilot Tech Club Competition

Georgetown, Guyana – May 10, 2018:  Fifteen teams representing schools, community clubs and religious organizations in regions 3, 4, 6, 7 and 10 are participating in Guyana’s first Nationwide Robot and Coding technology competition.  This first program of its kind in Guyana, serves as a pilot to gauge the interest of participants and to help organizers work out potential issues…

STEMGuyana Launches Assessment Process To Identify 2018 Robotics National Team Members

Georgetown, Guyana – More than thirty six young people from across Guyana attended the STEMGuyana information session and player assessment for the August 2018, First Global robotics championship to be held in Mexico City, Mexico.  Five students between the ages of fifteen to eighteen years old will be selected to represent Guyana in Mexico City.  One Coach and one Assistant…

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.…

STEMGuyana Announces Fas Grafix As Preferred Digital Printing Vendor For 2018

February 10, 2018 – Georgetown, Guyana:  Following a sizable donation of printing services to STEMGuyana, Fas Grafix was named Preferred Printing Vendor for Team Guyana 2018.  Fas Grafix specializes in a high quality digital printing and will print banners, signs, window prints, vehicle wraps, window prints, plaques, glassware and much more.  STEMGuyana is proud to partner with such a professional…

“All Guyanese Children Should Have The Opportunity To Be A Part Of The Big Beautiful Global Tech Movement…”, STEMGuyana Co-Founder

 by Karen Abrams, Co-Founder, STEMGuyana It’s Sunday morning and I’m reading about Zambia training 350 teachers in MIT Scratch Programming, and they did it in just one day.  I’m also reading that in Kerala India, 60,000 students were trained in a 2 day session in Scratch programming, they in turn will be expected to train 1,000,000 of their peers. In…

STEMGuyana And University Of Guyana Students Visit The Georgia Tech University Robotics Department

Atlanta, Georgia: January 16, 2018 . —  STEMGuyana members and University of Guyana students Farnaz Baksh, Arrianna Mahase, Stephanie Simon and Aisha Peters visited Georgia Tech’s College of Computing, Robotics Department today, to learn more about Georgia Tech’s Research and Development and Robotics research programs.  The team met with Georgia Tech’s PhD student Tesca Fitzgerald who led them through a…

STEMGuyana Announces Winners Of Their 2018 Scratch Programming Pilot Competition For Local Youth

STEMGuyana will continue their club MIT Scratch coding competition for local youth on Saturday January 13.  The organization is conducting a pilot competition every Saturday morning in January to identify, analyze and iron out the kinks associated with their upcoming co-sponsored Scratch, Maths and Robotics coding league to be launched nationally in February 2018. Primary and Secondary school students who…