Resources and programs in the Kansas City area that would help students learn more about STEM.
- Kauffman lab coding classes: draw on the best of the Kauffman Foundation’s programs that supported a wave of entrepreneurial activity and understanding, and promises a new set of major innovations designed to develop the next generation of entrepreneurs.The concept for Kauffman Labs evolved over many years as we studied, funded, and delivered entrepreneurship programs.
- Kansas City Women in Technology: An organization that is trying to help encourage girls and women to pursue technology careers.
- Girl Develop it! Want to learn how to code? Have a great idea? Don’t be shy. Develop it.
- KC STEM Allience: A collaborative network of educators, business partners and affiliates that inspires interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math careers to generate a robust force of related professionals for our community.
- Coding and Cupcakes: teaching mothers & daughters to code.
- Athena League: serves as a catalyst to foster and empower early-stage and established female entrepreneurs by providing them with the community and support necessary to succeed.
- Seeing Yourself in Science: A program that works with school districts, colleges, non-profits, companies, and families. The program helps cultivate and prepare the talent needed for college and career opportunities related to STEM.
- Frontier STEM High School: Charter schools are nonsectarian, secular public schools of choice that provide parents an alternative to traditional public schools.
- Kode With Klossy: An initiative that works on teaching girls how to code and increase women in Technology.