About Us

LEARN, a 501(c) nonprofit incorporated in 2004, provides STEM enrichment programs for kids ages 5 through 21.    LEARN provides kids with rich, hands-on science, technology, engineering and math experiences.  We encourage our kids to put the skills they are learning in labs and classrooms to use solving real-world problems.  For example, in our Geeks for Kids and Invent for Good programs, our students partner with pros to build custom, electric cars for kid with movement limitations.  At LEARN, our mission is to foster the natural scientist in every kid by giving kids the chance to work on fun, engaging and life-changing STEM projects.  

Kids who play more, learn more; so, we make fun a part of everything we do.  And, we do a lot of exciting things here at LEARN!  Since 2004, we have fielded numerous teams in the international FIRST Tech Challenge, the FIRST LEGO League and the Junior FIRST LEGO League. In these robotics programs, kids develop engineering, physics, strategy, collaboration and presentation skills. We also hold numerous classes, camps and one-day STEM events.


LEARN is a small, all-volunteer nonprofit with a big dream - to bring professionals and kids together to grow their skills and then apply those skills to designing and building solutions to real-world problems. We help kids:

  • Explore and learn about a wide variety of science, technology and math topics
  • Gain confidence in themselves and their ability to conquer any challenge
  • Find joy and wonder in the topics we study
  • Prepare for the endeavors they choose for themselves
  • And, design and build things that make the world a better place.


LEARN strives to:

  • Grow with the children of our community, providing exciting and challenging STEM learning opportunities that meet our children’s changing needs and interests
  • Prepare our children to become thoughtful, compassionate leaders and team-players
  • Encourage kids to have confidence in their ability to make a difference in the world
  • Excite and stimulate kids’ interest in STEM
  • Reach more kids more often
  • And, give adult volunteers a chance to learn, put their skills to good use, and design/build meaningful products and services.


In all of our programs and interactions – whether with our kids, their families or within our administrative team – we will live up to and encourage others to practice the following values:

  • We are a team.
  • We treat each other and all those we meet with respect, courtesy and compassion.
  • We show integrity in all that we do.
  • We treat everyone with gracious professionalism.
  • We are willing to share our experiences and knowledge with others.
  • What we discover is more important than winning.
  • We have fun.
  • Keep an open mind and be willing to hear and learn from all those we meet.
  • And, we do good!