A day in the life of a STEM Professional – Part 1

Blog Post Mass STEM Week | October 19, 2021

Ever wonder what it’d be like to work in the STEM industry? We thought it’d be fun to interview a STEM professional during #MassSTEMWeek.  During #STEMWeek, we will highlight a few professionals across the Greater Boston area to see what they love about their job and how they got started in the STEM field.

Meet Jennifer James, Vice President of Market Development at nDimensional. Check out our conversation and see why she choose to go into the STEM industry.  To watch her full video interview, click here.

Stay tuned for tomorrow’s special guest! 

WMJX-FM Exceptional Women Podcast

Blog Post Podcast | October 17, 2021

Sue Tabb talked with Olu Ibrahim, Founder and CEO of Kids in Tech, about partnering with Massachusetts STEM Week. Kids in Tech’s AI and ML themed STEM Week program, titled Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Ethics, Coding, and Creating Smart Cities, will focus on middle school students, and will provide customizable lessons and learning modules to teach them the basics of AI. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to helping children gain critical skills and confidence in STEM fields. 

WMJX-FM Exceptional Women Podcast | Sunday, October 17, 2021


WMJX-FM Exceptional Women Blog Post | Sunday, October 17, 2021


Basic Black: Kids and STEM

Mass STEM Week Television Video | October 15, 2021

Ahead of Massachusetts STEM Week, Oct. 18-22, 2021, Chris Collins, is joined by four experts to discuss STEM/STEAM and getting kids of color interested in the area.

Guests include Dr. Renee Richardson Golsline , Senior Lecturer and Research Scientist at MIT; Shalaya Morissette, President, Greater Boston Chapter, American Association of Blacks in Energy; Dr. Nettrice Gaskins,Ph.D., Assistant Director of the Lesley STEAM Learning Lab at Lesley University; and our very own, Olu Ibrahim  Founder and CEO of  Kids in Tech.

Watch here

Gratitude Report FY June 20-May 21

Annual Report Blog Post | October 5, 2021

At Kids in Tech, we call our Annual report the Gratitude Report because we are grateful:

  • Grateful for the hundreds of donors and volunteers passionate about ensuring kids get access to high quality technology education in the after-school setting.
  • Grateful for our community partners working to make a difference.
  • Grateful for our team of experienced staff, volunteers, and donors who ensure all kids see a clear pathway to the tech industry earlier in their educational trajectory.