It only takes a spark . . .RESET believes in getting kids EXCITED about science, technology, engineering, and math
“I like science because you get to use your own brain.”—Junior, Whittier Elementary School
“I like the strawberry DNA experiment because it's something you can do at home and it demonstrates how and what cells do.”—Simone, Clopper Mill Elementary School
“I like science more than playing outside!”—Kinza, Sugarland Elementary School
These are the voices of just a few of the thousands of students who have been inspired by RESET, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit that delivers enriching and engaging science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) activities to Pre-Kindergarten through 8th-grade students.
RESET (Raising Excitement for Science, Engineering and Technology) is a volunteer organization of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professionals whose mission is to motivate children to discover and explore the worlds of science and math, and to encourage them to consider education and career choices in related fields. Using hands-on experiments, inquiry-based classroom activities, and complementary field trips, RESET introduces children—many of them from under-resourced communities and schools—to the wonders of science. We do this through our volunteers—scientists and engineers who are eager to share what they know with children who may have never met a scientist before or who have limited understanding of STEM careers.
RESET relies upon the generosity of donors to make our work possible. Because highly-credentialed STEM professionals serve as volunteers to lead our programs, contributions to RESET are highly cost-effective in impacting the futures of thousands of children each year.
Working closely with our volunteers, RESET matches them with the right schools, teachers, and community programs, and provides excellent training, mentoring, and curriculum resources to assist them in their work with students. We want volunteering for RESET to be as gratifying for our volunteers as it is for the eager young learners they serve. Find out more ».