East Bay NSBE collaborative partnerships with schools and Corporations in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area, provide robust numeracy and literacy focused STEM Initiatives for 3rd-12th grade scholars and their families. We utilize technology as a platform for our STEM Initiatives, that incorporate Khan Academy, to target underserved, underrepresented, rising and low-income 3rd -12th grade students. We move the needle for these scholars with our Programs, addressing the unmet need that presents as access to STEM Programs. East Bay NSBE provides Saturday Programs , and after school extracurricular science, technology, engineering, mathematics and robotics programs. Scholars will access resources that are designed to increase their numeracy and literacy through the social emotional affects of robotics’ team building by working to solve real-world tasks using the engineering process and critical thinking skills to document the activities. Successful collaboration with youth-serving organizations and partners, the past 14 years, speak to the numeracy and literacy outcomes we are committed to achieving with technology provide scholars experiences that incorporate 21st Century skills to become competitive in global society.
Giving students 21st Century engineering and technical skills that matter.
Our mission is to aid in the development of our students’ STEM skills by exposing them to real engineering scenarios. Our program provide the best STEM based curriculum and innovative technology for students to engage, learn, and explore, giving them the exposure needed to compete in our technology-driven global society.
Project-based, hands-on FIRST programs introduce students to coding, programming, and engineering in an inclusive, creative, and hopeful environment where students work collaboratively to solve a yearly robotics challenge. Explore K-12 programs designed to inspire innovation and help young people build a better future.
This 2019-2020 season, FIRST RISES, powered by Star Wars: Force for Change, is setting out to inspire citizens of the galaxy to work together, strengthening and protecting the Force that binds us and creating a place where collaboration and collective wisdom can elevate new ideas and foster growth. Together, we RISE.
Developed by the University of California at Berkeley, this curriculum teaches introductory concepts to basic computer programming fundamentals. Students are able to conceptualize a computer problem and build programs to solve it using SNAP.
FPV Drone Racing Team
The DroneGP program seeks to teach students (ages 6th grade to 12th grade) the skills necessary for a future in engineering. Students forge a team and collaboratively work together to build a first person view racing drone, which they will optimize to compete in official time trials.
The STEM program educates our students on a range of topics within the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. Each session is taught by our professional volunteers, with the goal of inspiring our students to consider areas within STEM they may want to pursue.