Our mission is to give all students and under-served communities an exceptional opportunity to learn and to develop a passion for STEM. By providing quality education resources and tools to our students, we equip our students with the skills needed to be successful in college, pursue their career goals, and make a positive impact on the community. We actively seek students who will benefit from STEM knowledge so they may prepare for the future and, in turn, pay it forward.
WHO WE ARE
Echelon Catapult is a non-profit organization consisting of high-schoolers that strive to bring the best education to students in under-served communities and any student that is passionate about learning about different STEM fields. We are constantly gaining excellent members and highly driven students that are eager to succeed. Our team hosts and teaches several STEM related programs and events for all children to join. Echelon Catapult aims to bring high quality education to all students in a wide range of subjects such as mathematics, science, engineering, and more!
Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) play integral roles in the sustainability and growth of our economy. Together these fields are the leading producers of economy-strengthening employment. STEM job openings are increasing more quickly than they can be filled. Children who familiarize themselves with STEM-related concepts from an early age are significantly more likely to build a career in STEM. The ability to understand and address the most complex challenges of today and tomorrow is truly essential.
Our students serve as our pride and motivation to continuously offer educational opportunities to those who seek it. There is nothing we enjoy more than seeing the smiling faces of young learners engaged in our course material!
Over 1,600 students have excelled in Echelon Catapult courses thus far.
The graphics to the left showcase our cumulative student gender and race distribution. Our team strongly believes in providing opportunities to explore STEM fields that may or may not be found in the classroom setting to everyone, regardless of race or gender identity.