Arts Partners is developing a hybrid and online version of Generation STEAM for upper elementary, middle school and high school! The Generation STEAM program will increase the access of under-resourced students to a quality education that includes learning in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics). For 2021, our project is to empower students to be community problem solvers by designing viable solutions and prototypes that address a social determinant of health. 

Grant funds may be available.

Watch the video to learn more about the program from previous years.

Volunteer

Using their industry knowledge and technical skills, engineers, architects, computer scientists and designers guide students from “Big Idea” to a viable and sustainable solution for public spaces. Volunteers are also a representative of their field, potentially the first person the student has met with a job in that industry. Do you have an hour to volunteer to lead a virtual workshop and make a difference in the life of a young person?

Contact Arts Partners Executive Director

Ellamonique Baccus
(316) 262-4771 x101
Ella@artspartnerswichita.org

Become an Instructor

Arts Partners Instructors are talented in their own field and work well will students (elementary, middle school and/or high school). If that sounds like you and you are interested in training to become a Generation STEAM instructor, contact Arts Partners  (316) 262-4771, esther@artspartnerswichita.org

Donate

Generation STEAM has the potential to change the educational trajectory of youth in our city. Supporting a project involving children, the neighborhood, higher education and corporations in an artistic effort re-establishes pride of place, breaks the cycle of neglect that harms public spaces and empowers individuals with concrete ways to improve the quality of life in Wichita. Invest in the future of our city by donating today.

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This Organization received funding for general operational support from the City of Wichita The Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.