STEM Scholars’ Profiles

During the 2018-2019 school year, LET’S GO Boys and Girls successfully launched its STEM Scholars Program in Baltimore and during the fall of 2019, LET’S GO will launch the Program in Washington, DC. The Program is a subset of our STEM programming and provides resources and support to our students who are seeking additional STEM learning experiences outside of the classroom.

This program is designed to keep students who have exhibited a persistence in STEM learning and a demonstrated STEM identity engaged through middle and high school. Students who participate and persist in our robotics, science/engineering, and computer programming learning experiences and exhibit strong STEM interest and identity are designated LET’S GO STEM Scholars.

Meet some of our STEM Scholars

Aniaa Johnson
Claudia Ortega
Lloyd Hardy
Quanye Johnson
Trinity Beatty
Troyan Chaney
VaShaun Davis

By equipping youth in underserved areas of Annapolis, MD, Baltimore City and Washington, DC with STEM identities and workforce development skills, LET’S GO Boys and Girls is making a sustainable impact to improve their lives, their economic outlook, and their communities.

Please support our STEM Scholars Program by making a donation to LET’S GO Boys and Girls, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

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