After-School Science & STEM Programs 


Our after-school activities started in January 2016, through a partnership with Miami-Dade public schools and community centers. Our program is unique in that it is framed by behavioral economics’ behavior change theory that calls for incentivizing full participation to attain maximum benefits.  Incentivizing behavior change is an effective means for achieving expected changes when individuals are less likely to be intrinsically motivated. Also important is to have role models for what that behavior change represents. 

In the Fall of 2018, we incorporated our first female-centric program into Francis S. Tucker to mirror our male-centric program that currently existed. 

January 2019 we incorporated Science and STEM programs to the Coconut Grove, South Miami and Coral Gables communities in partnership with Miami-Dade Public Schools and community centers.

Our Science & STEM Programs



Frances S. Tucker Elementary

Our two-hour structured session which includes academics, sports and a meal to third and fourth grade students of Frances S. Tucker Elementary School.

We have expanded our after-school program and created our Environmental Science, Sports & Dance After-School Program in partnership with the Everglades Foundation.

George W. Carver Elementary

We are now providing a free After-School STEM and Sports Program at George W. Carver Elementary School in partnership with the Everglades Foundation.

This program is provided to 20 of the schools 2nd-5th grade students every Wednesday from 2-6PM.

Gibson-Bethel CommUNITY CeNter

We are proud to announce that we are now offering a free after-school STEM program at the Gibson-Bethel Community Center in South Miami, in partnership with Zaniac.

The program is offered to 90 K-6 student members at the location, and takes place every Monday from 2:00-6:00PM.

Ponce de Leon Middle School

At Ponce de Leon Middle School we provide an after-school STEM Program every Wednesday from 4-5PM.

This program focuses on robotics and coding to approximately 12 6th-8th grade members of the 5000 Role Models Program.