The results are in: RESET is far more than a successful experiment. An all-volunteer organization of scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians, RESET engages students in the STEM world, encouraging them to consider a future in the field. Serving 25 schools, Martha’s Table, and the DC General Family Shelter, RESET reaches 1,900 youngsters annually (pre-K - 8), many of whom live, or attend school, in low-income neighborhoods. Volunteers – sourced from the National Science Foundation, EPA, NIH, Patent and Trademark Office, and others – work closely with classroom teachers to lead hands-on experiments that reinforce the curriculum. The goal is not just to teach chemistry or robotics, but to provide children with positive, exciting science interactions – with those who have made this their life's work. With your help, they will inspire a new generation of eager inventors and space explorers!