Many Thanks to our 2022 sponsors
In 2021, STEMGuyana, along with its partners, Tullow Oil, the Department of Youth, and the Guyana diaspora, launched an academic support programme, rolling out twenty-one ‘Learning Pods’ in nine of the country’s administrative regions. The objective was to create an engaging, effective and scalable cost effective after-school educational delivery model aimed at improving the performance outcomes of vulnerable children. The programme initially secured funding for four months and then was expanded to eight months.
Recently, the IDB provided grant funding of $940,000USD for expansion of the learning pod program to 3 years, 10 months each year with an increase in learning days per child from 1 day per week to 3 days per week. The Learning Pods program is intended to be a longitudinal study which can be expanded across the country and region.
Execution of the programme is managed by a mobile and web app which organises more than 1300 tech integrated Lessons Plans that have been created by STEM Guyana’s team of interns.
We Are STEMGuyana!!!
Our STEM Clubs Meet Weekly!
Our mission is to unleash the world class potential of Guyana’s youth. We intend to work with all stakeholders to help to strengthen the problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, innovation, and creative skills of Guyanese youth.
WHAT DO WE DO?
STEMGuyana prepares young people to use their creativity, brilliance, and innovative spirits to create technology solutions for problems in their community, their country, their region and the world.
25 Learning pod centers across 9 regions of Guyana where children meet to work on 1st through 10th grade technology integrated school Math, Science & English curriculum.
STEMGuyana has trained more than 200 STEM club leaders and have opened more than 70 STEM clubs across the country (pre-covid)
We are "Team Guyana Robotics"
Team Guyana 2021
Team Guyana 2020
Team Guyana 2017
Teams Guyana 2020 (jr)
STEMGuyana prepares junior and senior teams for global robotics competitions. Teams Guyana participates in the First Global competition of 180 countries around the world, while Teams Guyana (jr.) participates in the YMRC robotics competition of 70 countries.
Robin The Robot TV Show
Robin, Orby and their friends go on a different adventure each week as they learn about new exciting technologies. The learn about building robots and Robin and friends also learn about the Engineering Design Process and the Scientific Method.
Purchase A Competition Robot Kit
Robot kits used by STEMGuyana prepare children for international competition. Purchase a robot kit for you child, a club or an organization. These kits can be used to create hundreds of automated or remote control robots and they strengthen your child’s critical thinking, reasoning and problem solving skills.