Building the Future
One Robot at a Time
We build STEAM Superheros by creating diverse, accessible, and affordable Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math educational materials for youth by youth.
We pride ourselves in affordable and accessible robotics content for kids. We offer free robotics kits and robotics resources designed in-house by students that you can access right now. We value teaching kids about everything from 3D printing to electrical engineering in a project-based and environmentally sustainable way.
We recently launched a weekly hands-on educational podcast for kids called Hands-On Techie Talks with our founder, Danielle Boyer, and our 13-year-old ambassador Vinaya Gunasekar about environmental innovation. We are on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Audible!
Discover your STEAM superpowers through the free classes that we teach. We put on hundreds of events to ensure that every student has access to only the best resources.
Also, check out the industry events that our team members participate in and speak at and consider booking them for your next event.
American Indian Science & Engineering Society
Read about our founder, Danielle Boyer (Ojibwe), in the latest issue of Winds of Change by AISES. AISES is a game changer for Indigenous STEAM students and professionals alike. We are proud of what they are doing for our communities.
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L'Oreal Women of Worth Special
Viola Davis, Eva Longoria, Camila Cabello and other A-list stars share their appreciation for everyday women dedicated to uplifting their communities by honoring their personal journeys and extraordinary efforts to make a difference in the world. Watch our founder, Danielle Boyer, now!
Our founder, Danielle Boyer (Ojibwe)
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Why Accessible STEAM?
A Message from our Founder: Danielle Boyer
STEAM educational resources aren't readily available for all children, especially girls and minorities, and I created The STEAM Connection to change that. My team and I tackle these issues by developing free high-quality resources that can be utilized in even the most underfunded areas. It is through these resources, we are able to promote technical competency in STEAM as well as help others gain a better understanding and appreciation of the world around us. We believe that the greatest inventive and innovative solutions of the future, in education, technology, and engineering, will be created through a diverse community with people from numerous cultures and backgrounds.
Why is our work vital? The current lack of diversity in STEAM, through race and gender, is a larger disparity than many realize. Our work continues to bring awareness to these gaps and to help close them, creating a greatly more diverse community in STEAM.
According to the National Science Foundation, a study from 2014 gave a clear view into the drastic lack of diversity in STEAM, a problem seen at even greater disparities in women. The following data from the study shows the percentage of bachelor's degrees awarded to underrepresented groups in STEM.
American Indian/Alaska Native
Asian or Pacific Islander
Black or African American
Hispanic or Latino
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Total% [% of women]
Here at The STEAM Connection, our mission and purpose is to continue improving these statistics so that every child is represented within STEAM while having access to STEAM educational materials. While keeping to our mission and purpose, it is our goal to remain a sustainable and consistent resource to our global STEAM community through accessible education. We do not make any profit and we are dedicated to continually changing our world for the better.
Varun Sridhar (Board Member) will be joining the University of California Berkeley to pursue his PhD in their Plant and Microbial Biology department in the fall! We are so proud of all of his hard work and for all of the good in the world that will come as a result of his research.