On a hot Raleigh summer day, a mom and her two children, ages 5 and 6, began “engineering fun with math and science” making paper bridges. Their first design couldn’t even hold one pencil. As they kept working on it, they came to a design where that same single piece of paper could now hold 20 pencils and it was still holding strong!
This mom is the first female engineer in her community. In her quest to solve global challenges, she has been contributing to design, manufacturing and sales of wireless, satellite and internet technologies in corporate America.
Inspired by the big sparkles in her children's eyes, as they made a meaningful connection with learning, the mom decides to immerse in the mission to bring the excitement of science and engineering careers to children.
Moni Singh, aka Ms. STEM, developed STEM For Kids®, an educational system, that has been enabling entrepreneurs, teachers and educators globally to bring fresh multi-dimensional STEM / STEAM curriculum into their classrooms since 2011.
Now with over 1500 hours of STEM activity plans in various themes covering engineering (aerospace, civil, mechanical, environmental, bio-medicine), technology (coding, robots, Artificial Intelligence, Internet Of Things), business and social emotional learning, educators, parents and students have a lot to get excited about.
STEM For Kids, ranked #173 on the highly coveted Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500 list. With a growing network of STEM For Kids operators, franchisees and trained teachers, we are making STEM fun and real in various communities in 6 countries.