We have specialized programs that provide computer literacy training, coding education, and activities that involve science, technology, engineering, and math.
We have been fortunate to partner with Kramden Institute and other local organizations to help our students learn more about computers. We are always looking for more partnerships.
Girls in STEM
This program is run by Duke Engineering and focuses on encouraging young girls to explore educational opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Digital Brilliance Hour
Club members have the opportunity to learn and experiment with coding and game development. This program is run by board member Kevin Epps, who works with our Club members to help them learn and develop their coding skills and exercise their creativity.
Sponsored by Duke Energy, this program ensures that Club kids are exposed to science, technology, engineering, and math activities at least once per week. Activities have included creating a hydroponic garden, creating volcanoes, building structures out of classroom supplies, and going on field trips.