STEM is an acronym for the four disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. We promote its study and
engagement through a knowledge based approach to :
Learning STEM is a worldwide approach to tackling many of the biggest challenges of our time; from climate change, sustainably feeding growing populations, ensuring adequate healthcare, to creating and maintaining a good quality of life. The Enos Promise Foundation will help meet the growing need of STEM professionals in Ghana through hands-on mentoring programs in the major rural communities across the nation.
TOMORROW’S STEM LEADERS PREPARE TODAY !
Computer study and STEM education are more than just fields of study. They are tools of empowerment and an essential requirement for all students seeking varied rewarding careers in the future. In fairness, every pupil should have this basic knowledge to participate productively in today’s world. Our STEM program helps spark interest and learning through hands-on activities that let children explore, create and discover by doing.
WHY VILLAGE CHILDREN DON’T STEM
Although highly popular and assiduously promoted in cities and large towns, students in small villages and rural communities are
under represented in the study of STEM. This is because of limited access to resources, classes, experiences and reliable internet
connection. In fact, most families cannot afford a computer or laptop and, the best government efforts do not adequately address
STEM AFTER SCHOOL CLUB
Our learning resources
- bridge the skills gap
- engage student interest
- develop necessary abilities.
We use standards-based science experiments, math activities, technology innovations and a robot for engineering, to increase enthusiasm and proficiency. Children learn problem-solving activities in a fun filled, albeit, educational setting.
P.O. Box CC640 Cape Coast, Ghana