Nonprofit Gives Away Almost $20K in Scholarships to Black Students in STEM

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Math with EEEs, Inc., a Black-owned non-profit dedicated to uplifting African-American youth via education and STEM scholarship opportunities, is sponsoring ten students for Codewithsharen’s popular online coding course. In total, the organization has already distributed about $20,000 in scholarships.

The initiative, led by Math with EEEs, is trying to close the STEM education gap and provide equitable chances for underrepresented communities to flourish in the field.

“It’s crucial for students to continue learning STEM and not just rely on OpenAI like ChatGPT,” said Sharen Eddings, a top computer programmer turned STEM education provider and founder of Codewithsharen. “Without a mastery of the language of code, proper instruction cannot be given to AI like ChatGPT to build a website. Moreover, without the knowledge of web hosting, troubleshooting, maintenance, or cybersecurity, the final product can not be fully utilized. That’s why Math with EEEs, Inc and Codewithsharen have teamed up to impart this essential skill set.”

Designed for students in grades 6 and above, the course teaches coding in a fun, interactive, and easy-to-learn manner.

“Your child will learn the hottest skill in town: coding, also known as STEM in schools,” said Eddings. “We teach kids how to read and write code, then how to use that skill to build websites, and mobile games.”

Coding empowers students to change the world and achieve their dreams. As automation and artificial intelligence rise, coding is becoming increasingly important. It’s a skill that can improve students’ lives and make a difference in others.

“Learning to code can seem intimidating, but it’s fun, easy to learn, and rewarding,” added Eddings. “I’ve built amazing things using code, and I want to share that experience with others.”

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain the skills needed for success in the twenty-first century by joining Math with EEEs, Inc. and Codewithsharen in their aim to bridge the STEM education gap and promote equal chances. Math with EEEs Inc. is also planning to offer scholarships to Ghanaian students in the near future. Join up for the next coding and game development course today and transform yourself into a code superhero.

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