Project SYNCERE's ENpowered program provides students with an introduction to engineering. This program provides students in grades 1-12 with hands-on engineering experiences that are designed to increase their interest and understanding of STEM.
Through our partnerships with schools, universities, community organizations and other youth serving agencies, we are able to provide more than 1,800 students with exciting project-based learning experiences. Our dynamic staff of engineers and other STEM professionals lead students through real-world engineering problems that help them understand how the work we are doing in class is connected to the real-world. Our goal is to get students excited about STEM at an early age to provide them with a strong scientific foundation and a head start in building a scientific career.
- Increased awareness of career opportunities in STEM
- Enhanced positive attitudes toward STEM disciplines
- Develop understanding of how to utilize the Engineering Design Process
- Gain skills in communication, critical thinking and collaboration
- Expose families to the value of STEM careers
- Create a pipeline of students to participate in E-CADEMY program
Our in-school programs utilize a project-based learning approach, which encourages students to integrate technology and research in order to formulate ideas and develop solutions to engineering-focused case studies. This program takes place during the school day to supplement students learning and increase their interest and skills in the STEM fields.
After-School Enrichment Programs
Our after school enrichment programs provide elementary and high school students with an introduction to various engineering disciplines through curriculum developed by Project SYNCERE. This program takes place during out-of-school time to provide students with the opportunity to increase their interest and skills in the STEM fields.
Summer STEM Camps
Project SYNCERE partners with various educational, civic, and philanthropic institutions to provide students with an intensive summer engineering program that utilizes a hands-on exploration of engineering principles. Participating students have opportunities to work on various STEM projects such as Robotics, Electrical Circuit Design, and Renewable Energy.
Workshops and Services Offered
Parent-Child STEM Workshops, Teacher Professional Development, and Parent Technology Workshops.