Thanks to Michelle Cho our 2017 Carol Phan Scholarship recipient for suggesting the addition of Art to make STEM –> STEAM. 🙂
As a non-profit dedicated to helping local teachers and students with classroom supplies and college scholarships, ForCarol.com is re-starting our STEM / STEAM enrichment program to help local teachers bring science, technology, engineering, art, and math awareness into the classroom.
Given proper funding, ForCarol.com will will purchase STEM / STEAM materials that can be donated to local teachers for use in their classrooms.
In Jan 2020, ForCarol.com in collaboration with TateandCole.org delivered 2 Wireless weather stations, and 2 weather books to two Tracy, CA teachers.
Go here to to see the latest STEM / STEAM donations we have made to local teachers, and to sign up for a chance to get these donations (Tracy, CA teachers only) Hint: You gotta be quick with email. 😉
Click here to see our growing list of STEM / STEAM products that can be used in the classroom and STEM / STEAM related videos to spark your imagination.
Visit our STEM Partner here.
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Mike has over 25 years experience (Grumman Aerospace, AT&T Bell Labs, Lawrence Livermore National Lab and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) in digital hardware design, telecommunications, project engineering, video conferencing, desktop videoconferencing, and Ad-Hoc IP-based video conferencing network design, implementation, and support. He has been a leader, since 1990, in the effort to bring desktop / mobile videoconferencing applications to fruition (think Skype or Facetime).
He was the founder and owner of AltamontCowork, a coworking location based in Tracy, CA where he helped small businesses succeed from May 2009 to Dec 2014.
Mike was (until 2016) a Substitute Teacher in the Tracy Unified and Jefferson school districts. With over 200 classes under his belt, he prefers to work in Grades 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.
Mike has a Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Kansas and is a member of Tau Beta Pi, the National Engineering Honor Society,and Eta Kappa Nu, the Electrical Engineering Honor Society.
He is a US Navy Vietnam Era veteran.
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