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The Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center is the home for Maker and STEAM programming for JCPRD and offer programs for age 8 and up in making and STEAM areas from homeschool classes, Summer camps and daytime continuing education for ages 50 and older to...

The Kansas State School for the Blind’s Makerspace & Mobile STEM Unit are designed to bring quality, hands-on, and interactive activities for on-campus students and classrooms across the state which includes students who are blind or visually impaired. ...

Learning Blade is a STEM/CS/CTE exploration program for grades 5-9. Learning Blade is fully funded (including all teacher training and support) by DESE and is FREE for Missouri schools and education programs.  Learning Blade online lessons are story-driven missions students navigate through at their own...

We expose youth to resources and skills to become future-ready, certified tech professionals by providing project-based programs teaching coding and cybersecurity concepts....

The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) partners with members of the Kansas City construction industry to offer high school age girls an opportunity to learn in a hands-on FREE summer day camp the basic skills of carpentry, electrical, welding. Camp activities also include...

Using science, technology, engineering, arts and math as conduits to spark children’s imaginations, IDEA Space seeks to create a bright future for Kansas City’s next generation of innovators. Through consistent and ongoing STEAM learning experiences, students of all ages and backgrounds learn to communicate, collaborate, and...

We are a family entertainment center with bowling, laser tag, gravity ropes, billiards, shuffleboard and arcade games. We focus on FUN—but with Play Academy we have launched an accredited, STEAM-based curriculum that combines real lessons with real fun to show students that the more they...

Left Brains' mission is to assist underserved youth with affordable tutoring services, STEM training, professional development and to improve the community for all. Examples of programming include: Major League Swag—A summit to help youth graduating from high school develop their professional skills and create a networking...

Wonderscope is the region’s only fully accessible, non-profit children’s museum dedicated to providing STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math – educational experiences for young children and their families. Wonderscope features 30,000 square feet of indoor exploration and 1/2 acre of year-round outdoor adventure, all with...