Help Give ALL Students Engaging and Inspiring Experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math!
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 36 schools and community centers, RESET reaches approximately 2,100 youngsters annually (pre-K - 8), many of whom live, or attend school, in low-income neighborhoods. Volunteers (currently 160) are sourced from prestigious STEM organizations and agencies in the DC area, including, EPA, NIH, The Patent and Trademark Office, The Howard Hughes Medical Institute and others. They work closely with classroom teachers to lead hands-on experiments that support curriculum and encourage self-exploration. An engineer shows how to generate electricity using wind, sunlight, and mechanical energy; a physical anthropologist complements an Earth and Life Sciences module by discussing early humans' posture and appearance. The goal is not just to teach chemistry or robotics, but to provide children with positive, relevant and exciting adventures in science and math; 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!
About the Catalogue for Philanthropy: The Catalogue selected us as one of its featured nonprofits! Each year 120 expert reviewers evaluate applicants for distinction, merit, and impact. Each featured charity has been successfully site visited and its financials given the thumbs up. The Catalogue for Philanthropy charges no fees and raises funds separately to support its work. Since 2003, it has raised over $40 million for charities across Greater Washington. The Catalogue for Philanthropy looks to friends like you to keep our services independent and entirely free of charge. Consider a small contribution to the Catalogue to cap off your gift and help the causes you care about get the full support they deserve!
|PO Box 9400|
Washington, DC 20016
will pay for 10 foldable microscopes for students to use in the classroom and then take home with them.
will pay for lab coats for a class of 25 students.
will pay for reusable science equipment for six experiments.
will pay for classroom supplies for a year of experiments at one school.
will pay for a laptop computer for RESET's new computer science and coding program.
will pay for a field trip to a STEM site for 50 students, including transportation, lunch, venue entrance fees, and hands-on science activities.