THE STATES THAT WE WORK IN
Highlighted in green.
These are just some of the schools we have helped or donated to.
Upper Darby High School (Drexel Hill, PA)
High School for Environmental Studies (New York, NY)
Shelbyville Central High School (Shelbyville, TN)
Calloway County High School (Murray, KY)
Ozark High School (Ozark, AR)
North Crowley High School (Fort Worth, TX)
Preble High School (Green Bay, WI)
Lower Southampton Early Learning Center (Feasterville, PA)
Kent-Meridian High School (Kent, WA)
Reading Senior High School (Reading, PA)
Gar-Field High School (Woodbridge, VA)
Benjamin Franklin High School (New Orleans, LA)
Renaissance Charter School Central Palm (Lake Worth, FL)
Hollis Academy (Greenville, SC)
Walnut Hills Elementary School (Centennial, CO)
Portland High School (Portland, ME)
Prairie Wind Elementary School (Omaha, NE)
Northside Middle School (Norfolk, VA)
Tuscaloosa County High School (Northport, AL)
Ohio Avenue Elementary School (Columbus, OH)
West Allis Central High School (West Allis, WI)
Hope Academy of West Michigan (Grand Rapids, MI)
Spencer Elementary School (Spencer, OK)
Ponderosa Middle School (Klamath Falls, OR)
Emerson Middle School (Union City, NJ)
Lanier Middle School (Houston, TX)
Pleasant Grove Spectrum Elementary (Pleasant Grove, UT)
Leman Academy Excellence-Mesa (Mesa, AZ)
Wheeling Park High School (Wheeling, WV)
Springs Charter School (Riverside, CA)
IMPACT & STATISTICS
AS OF 2020 3RD QUARTER
Please click here for our last fiscal year Form 990-EZ or here for our 2019 annual report.
THE SPECIFIC NUMBERS
Pictures and words don't tell the full story.
textbooks to schools in need
through grants & donations
schools and counting
US states & Puerto Rico
news articles & releases
organizations across the US
followers across social platforms
WHAT TEACHERS SAY
Most recent testimonials (formatted for clarity).
Mr. Schaller, School Librarian
Floyd Hoffman Middle School
Thank you for providing a free little library for our students. I really can not wait to have the grand opening of this and share with all the students in my neighborhood. There are so many books waiting to get into the hands of our students. This is truly a blessing to our neighborhood!!
Ms. Kennedy, Robotics Adviser
Benjamin Franklin High School
[comment made to Eric J, the President of STEM Generation Inc.]: You are amazing! My Goodness! Thank you very much for your donation and your service to fellow students via STEM Generation. We have a strong Robotics team at school, and a strong branch of SweNext. I'll let them know! Thanks so much! You Rock!
Mrs. Kostelak, Science Teacher
Belle Chasse Middle School
WOW! Thanksgiving has come early for my class and our grateful hearts are completely full of appreciation and awe! Thank you for supporting our STEM & sensory learning station! Because of you, powerful learning, boundless inclusion, and magnificent STEM inquisition will be unstoppable! Thank you for supporting public education, special education, and full inclusion!
We've been awarded by multiple agencies and organizations.
OUR FUTURE PLANS
This is where we're headed in 2021 and beyond.
Expansion of operations: We are expanding into Alabama, Georgia, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Nevada by August 2021.
STEM workshops: We hope to expand our student workshops program to schools and neighborhoods outside New Jersey.
High school chapters: We are planning on allowing high schoolers to register with us to start a local chapter of STEM Generation Inc. in their high schools or their community.
More funding opportunities: We are currently implementing a grant program that allows teachers to apply for funding from us directly.
Going international: We currently only serve the continental United States, but are considering to broaden our operations.
Working directly with teachers: We hope to expand our team and eventually reach out directly to teachers to better understand their needs and tailor our donations to them.
To learn more about our organization and our goals and missions, please visit the "Why STEM Generation" tab or click here: