Who We Are

About Us

STEAMsport, Inc. is a 501-C3 non-profit organization that aims to provide Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) exposure, education, and competition to youth living in underserved communities.

Our goal is to break the cycle of generational poverty through accessible and effective STEAM programming that will open the doors to post-secondary educational opportunities and STEAM-related careers.

Our Story

STEAMsport, Inc. began as a group of 5 public housing students wanting to learn how to program robots. This led to weekly learning sessions and ultimately the students competing in the FIRST LEGO League Robotics Competition in 2010. As the students began to apply hands-on learning, their interest and attitude toward STEAM concepts increased along with their math and science grades.


STEAMsport is the future.
Where Science and Technology Come to Play.

STEAMsport Programs

Beginner Land Robotics • Intermediate Land Robotics • Beginner Underwater Robotics • Advanced Underwater Robotics • Intro to Coding • Coding Essentials • Aeronautics • Computer Aided Design • Mobile Application Development • Fashion Entrepreneurship • Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality Development • Media Production • Beginner Video Game Design • Advanced Video Game Design

Educational Support

STEAMsport, Inc. Educational Support Program services including individual tutoring, academic equipment/supplies and supportive service referrals.

Competition & Showcases

STEAMsport, Inc. strongly believes in increasing our students' exposure through participating in STEAM competitions.

STEAMsport Resources

STEAMsport has some great resources for students interested in STEAM. Many of these sources are partners who help students pursue post-secondary education and STEAM careers.

Our Impact

Since 2010

# of Students Served
# of STEAM-Team Clubs
Hours of STEAM Instruction

STEAMsport, Inc. has engaged students in STEAM learning in the following cities:

STEAMsport Alumni

Majesty Whitaker-Hicks

I am thrilled to have completed my Associate's degree in Healthcare Management at Chattahoochee Technical College at the age of 15 in December 2023. However, I am also feeling a bit nervous as I prepare to return to school and pursue my bachelor's degree in Respiratory Therapy at Middle Georgia State University.

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Powell Jr.

I am currently chasing my dream and achieving my goals on my path to medicine. Working on my master's in Neuroscience at the Georgia State University. After which I will pursue my MD or nursing degree. I cannot complain about the position I have worked to achieve thus far.

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Christopher Ballenger

It was very fun! I remember going to the John Hope Community Center in high school and learning new web development concepts. It was extremely helpful to have knowledgeable volunteers because what they helped me to learn are the foundation of concepts I use as a web developer today.

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Donate Today!

We realize that STEAM programming and competitions are extremely costly and many of our families can’t afford to pay. This does not stop our mission of ensuring children from underserved communities have the same opportunities to explore the wonderful world of STEAM as families who have the ability to pay for such engagement.

Please help us continue to provide these much-needed services for free by donating to our cause. Equality Begins With Education!!

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