Georgia is home to nearly 2 million school children, anyone of whom could be the next Bill Gates, Neil deGrasse Tyson or Grace Hopper. Help ignite their passion for STEM!
TAG Education Collaborative is partnering with Rokenbok Education to supply Georgia elementary schools and nonprofits with affortable Mobile STEM Labs. Each participating education provider will receive both introductory ROK Blocks Mobile STEM Lab kits and Engeineering Pathways STEM Lab kits, which will provide engaging, hands-on STEM learning opportunities for students in kindergarten through 5th grade.
ROK Blocks Mobile STEM Lab
teaches skills and confidence and allows teachers to meet young students wherever they are on their STEM journey.
Engineering Pathways Mobile STEM Lab
demonstrates how different systems of technology work together, as students take on the role of engineer to solve real world challenges.
Rokenbok Education will Match 25% of All Donations
made to TAG Educaiton Collaborative on GAgives Day. Rokenbok's mission is to help all school age children prepare for a lifetime of learning about science and technology.
Support from generous donors like you
allows us all to play a critical role in the education
of Georgia's students.
TAG Education Collaborative and YOU:
Building Georgia's future technology workforce one student at a time.
Meet Aleah, a freshman at Mercer University. We first met Aleah when she was a junior at Arabia Mountain High School, where she was active in her school's robotics porgram and FBLA. Her goal was ot attend college to study computer science, but her path to achieving that goals was not clear.
Aleah joined TAG-Ed's Exploring STEM Careers afterschool program where she learned computer programming techniques and personal and professional skills, alll while investigating a variety of STEM fields. As a member of the Ecploring STEM Careers program, Aleah also participated in interview and application workshops and used her skills to apply for a TAG-Ed paid summer internship. During her five-week internship, Aleah developed project management skills and enhanced her communications skills, spending much of her time in contact with senior level technology professionals.
Aleah returned to the Exploring STEM Careers program at Arabia Mountain during her senior year. She was asked to represent Arabia Mountain at the blackcomputerHER annual conference, where she worked along side 100 black technology professionals changing the narrative around what it means to be a computer scientist.
With her passion for computer science, an understanding of STEM career opportunities, sophisticated communication and application skills, and her ever expanding self-confidence, Aleah was destined for success.
In fact, Aleah earned a full scholarship to Mercer University.
Please donate today and make a STEM career a reality for another
talented and hardworking Georgia student.