Putting the "Life" in life sciences.
Helping kids from all over the Bay.
Calculus Roundtable was recently awarded a Congressional Recognition from U.S Rep. Barbara Lee's Office for our: "Commitment to STEM education in the Eastbay for communities of color"
In 2017, the Calculus Roundtable worked with thousands of students, trained some 300 teachers, and worked with dozens of municipalities to bring rigorous, online math and science project-based learning programs and blended learning environments that serve all kids, but with a particular focus on children of color.
It's only with the help of volunteers and supporters like you, that we are able to carry our work into the future and thus in to the future of students who need our help the most.
Please give a little bit this season to help us put the LIFE in life sciences. We don't make hackers, we make programmers, designers, engineers and self confident students who learn to excel in all avenues. It's with your contributions we can provide our programs for students and families below the poverty line. Your dollars help students traditionally left out of rigorous high quality math and science extra curricular activities.
Your donation will go a long way to making science and math fun and available for kids.
The Fiscal Sponsor for the Calculus Roundtable is the
West Contra Costa County Education Fund (The Ed Fund). All Contributions are tax deductible. You can also send a check by mail to:
The Ed Fund (for Calculus Roundtable)
217C W. Richmond Ave.
Richmond, CA 94801
Or call today at (510) 233-1464 ext. 103.
(Remember to specify that it's for Calculus Roundtable.)