601 Innovation Way Daytona Beach FL United States 32114

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Promoting a Community of Growth by Integrating Science Into out-of-school-time Programs.

My School Tech Hub

My School Tech Hub is a resource for schools, teachers, and parents. We provide supplemental instruction, curricula, and advanced hardware and software that can be used to advance technology education for children from 7 to 15-year-old.

Take advantage of enhancing your current STEM initiatives with a turn-key program designed and continually refreshed to remain prevalent with the most current initiatives that are interactive, fun, and creative while giving learners the opportunity to develop real-world life skills

 

Our Mission

The mission of My School Tech Hub is to become the technological partner of all schools across America, using core STEM ED principles and guidelines to provide the finest instruction in the latest technologies...resulting in a high-energy, high-impact (and FUN!) experience for all students.

Our Vision

The vision of My School Tech Hub is to spark the passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics in every child in our country. We will make this possible by collaborating with our local schools in non-school environments.

Our Values

We respect our students and understand that each has individual educational needs and interests. We believe that learning is fostered from mutual respect, guidance, and direction and are dedicated to maintaining those values in all we do. Our unique approach empowers students by using a proven support system that ensures success and more importantly an interest in learning!

The STEM Facts

1 = 4

According to Bay Area Council Economic Institute and commissioned by Engine Advocacy, one job in the high-tech sector leads to four new jobs in local goods and service industries.

75%

Education Week reported in September 2017 reported that 75% of Nobel Prize winners in the sciences say their passion for science was first sparked in non-school environments.

24%

...of the STEM workforce are women, compared to 48% in the total workforce. We need to expand the talent pool in these fields, and not leave anyone out. 

"U.S. Department of Labor"

 

Why Computer Science?
Why Robotics?
Why 3D Printing?