Hands-on activities for youth that emphasizes the use of all aspects of science and art.
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Included in the SYM is a STEAM+E model: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math + Entrepreneurship. With SYM and the STEAM+E model, Kituuma & Co. provides hands-on activities and training for youth that underscores the individual importance of each facet as well as the interdisciplinary nature of each subject. Furthermore, we promote an entrepreneurial mindset as well as exposure to entrepreneurs in these fields. These experiences are inspiring, engaging and empowering.
Students in grades 1-12, school districts, PTO groups and businesses seeking to advance their corporate social responsibility initiatives, benefit from our programming.
There is a shortage of professionals to meet the present and rising demand for careers in STEAM fields
SYM is different from other STEAM and STEM oriented program providers. At Kituuma & Co., we provide program development and implementation services to our clients from start to finish or anywhere in between, with critical project management oversight.
We have the expertise, the strategy and the network to curate enrichment programs that provide these experiences. From single-day workshops and speaking engagements to extracurricular science clubs and independent non-profit entities. We are able to provide support at whatever stage the program is in, from conceptualization to implementation or data analysis regarding outcomes.
Benefits of the SYM program:
What people are saying
Positive and engaging dynamic with children - listening and dialogue-based.
An incredibly personal, valuable and meaningful experience.
Hands-on topics that really interest kids.
We partnered with Newton Public Schools' Creative Arts and Science (CAS) program to provide a hands-on workshop to 3rd graders at the Horace Mann School.
“Thank you again for working with CAS to bring your presentation to students. It was very well received. I'd like to offer your program to all of the schools in Newton but with some modifications.”
Program Director - Creative Arts and Sciences
Newton Public Schools