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THE LEAN into STEM ART of STEM CAMP, (ages 6 - 14yrs.), is a creative,  joyful and playful learning environment. In the camps, the children will work on specific STEM art project(s).

They will work from concept to creation, using different technical processes and mediums

of industrial and artistic designs.

This innovative and creative STEM camp focuses on the " strategy " of  working and thinking outside the box.


In the camp, they will experience the vital role that ART,  plays in the function of STEM. 

Each art projects will encourage them to think beyond the ordinary, while experiencing the important connectivity between art and Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics.

This proprietary learning process is designed to specifically increase their capacity to use all their senses  while understanding and applying the creative foundation of STEM holistically. 

Although our Foundation is committed to encouraging,  working with,  and engaging children of color in STEM,  we are a culturally diverse  organization.  Our camps and programs are open to  children regardless of race,  socio-economic status, ethnicity, or gender.  We believe diversity in leadership,  innovation, collaboration, and engagement is a critical component of our future global economic and social progression.  Diversity enhances synergy,  expands critical thinking, and increases opportunity for greater  innovation and personal development.

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"There’s an artificial line between STEM and the arts.  Not recognizing this simple truth is as detrimental as not recognizing the diversity in humanity."

Dr. Makola Abdullah

14th President of Virginia State University

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Telling stories from her own education and from her time in space, she calls on educators to teach both the arts and sciences, both intuition and logic, as one -- to create bold thinkers.

Mae Jemison

Astronaut, Doctor, Art Collector, Dancer.

Diaspora Global Foundation believes in the power of "innovative learning".

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