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Colocation America has partnered with after-school, in-school, and summer programs at numerous sites across the U.S. through its education initiatives. Designed to inspire interest in STEM education among K-12 students, the initiatives below support hands-on learning opportunities that encourage the youth of today with the ability to understand and embrace the technology that affects their everyday lives. The programs provide young learners with activities focused on STEM topics, including workshops, camps, computer coding classes, internships, a hackathon, college tours, field trips, and sailing excursions.
Colocation America’s funding is going towards the professional development workshops and mentoring aspects of the Pre-K STEM education program, Science and Literacy for Success, which is the first program in Philadelphia to use a STEM-based curriculum in early childhood centers.
Colocation America will be providing funding to help bring CAMP INVENTION, a weeklong summer enrichment program for youth, grades K-6, focusing on developing creative, inventive thinking and problem-solving skills thru hands-on STEM content, to San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) students.
Colocation America will be funding a new Ingenuity Challenge, Helping Hand (A Prosthetic Hand Challenge), where visitors will have the opportunity to design, build, and test a working prosthetic hand using a variety of different materials. The program will be open to the public in May & June of 2019.
Colocation America is providing funding to support BADM’s mobile engineering lab, the “Try It Truck”, which will bring engineering education to nearly 10,000 youth ages 4-10, parents, and educators at schools and local libraries sites across the San Francisco Bay Area during the 2017-2018 school year.
Colocation America is providing funding to pilot a sound engineering program to high school students. The program curriculum will be created and implemented by seasoned professionals with the students showing off their skills at the organization’s Paws for the Arts event in the fall.
Colocation America is providing funding to help SfS bring their hands-on curricula to a school in Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood.
Colocation America is excited to support the development and delivery of ProKidz Invention Club, a pilot program introducing elementary school students to computer coding through game design.
With the financial assistance of Colocation America, parents and caregivers can actively support their child’s learning process.
Colocation America is enthusiastic about providing financial assistance to 1,440 girls ages 9-17 through GSLE’s Classroom to Career: Developing Girl Leaders for the 21st Century Workplace program.
Colocation America is excited to cultivate student interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and support the STEM Space Camp for 40 third-six grade students, ages 9-12.
Colocation America will be funding the purchase of a builder kit to enhance the STEM curriculum that serves 305 students in preschool – 8th grade.
Colocation America will be funding to help develop and execute three expeditions for the new STEM Academy location at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. The STEM Academy is an intensive six-week summer academy with STEM expeditions during the school year.
Colocation America is providing funding for one hackathon where 4th to 8th-grade students will collaborate with computer science mentors and nonprofit representatives to develop prototype smartphone apps for local charities.
Colocation America is providing funding to help establish a comprehensive STEM program at various sites. The program will encompass activities in a number of STEM-related fields such as coding, robotics, and game design.
Colocation America is providing funding to help the LEAH Project pursue a strategic growth plan to expand to five partner sites, reaching 1,500 elementary students and 50 high school student mentors.
Colocation America is providing funding for the Dance and Broadcast program to use Motion Capture Sensors; the students will be using the sensors to study the science of movement and translate it into real-world applications as it relates to their program.
As a recipient of the grant for two funding cycle, Treasure Island Sailing Center will continue to provide experiential learning to 4th and 5th graders through a half a day of sailing and a half a day of classroom instruction.
Colocation America is providing funding for Biotech Partner’s two year Biotech Academy, serving 215 students at four schools.
Colocation America is thrilled to contribute towards Collegiate Pathways Inc’s Tech Sassy Girlz programs who’s goal to increase participation in STEM programs and develop their technological skills.
Colocation America helped launch a computer science class at YouthBuild’s South LA site and CODEchella, an all day coding event.