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We believe in STEM education
Calculus Roundtable is a nonprofit organization that is working to accelerate math and science skills for students of color. Our vision is to give all students an understanding of the world through the lens of math and science and that their future lives are not decided by random but by effort.
We help students gain access to tutoring, STEM afterschool programs to boost their math and science scores.25,000 25,000 students lives impacted
Access to STEM education
7 in 10 students of color don't have access to higher level math and science courses in high school or college. We are on mission to change that.
Created on change and passion
For 10 years, our team has served over 25,000 public school students to learn, comprehend, and enjoy math and science. We've worked with 48 schools and districts, 5 County Offices of Education, community centers, and libraries to deliver fun, engaging, and rigorous STEM activities.
Our diversity in STEM fellows have joined our organization to contribute their talents to serve over 2,000 Bay Area young people in elementary, middle and high school along with teaching and mentoring incarcerated youth in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
Our focus is on improving math and science literacy through culturally responsive STEM programs that empower students of color and provide a pathway to sustainable careers in STEM.
Math and science competency is based on a graduated set of skills that can be taught to any child and to any student. We combine fun an engaging activities with a 'real life' practical application of math and science in a way that allows students to retain what they know and apply that knowledge to new and different situations.
We believe one way to realize this vision is through the creation of lifelong learners of science and math by way of sustainable career pathways for underserved transitional-aged youth and adults, and finding opportunities in STEM related sectors.