Registration Open for 2017/2018 Program Year - FAME, Inc

FAME Inc Forum to Advance Minorities in Engineering Delaware STEM Wilmington
The Big News - Registration Open for  Grades 4-6
We are thrilled to announce the expansion of our nationally recognized STEMulate® Change Outreach Initiative for the Summer of 2017.
Summer programming will take place over six weeks (6/19/2017 through 7/27/2017), Monday - Thursday, 8:00am to 3:00pm at Alexis I. duPont High School (50 Hillside Rd, Wilmington, DE 19807).  
The STEMulate® Change Summer Session costs $500 and includes hands-on STEM program activities, breakfast, lunch, and student transportation to centralized neighborhood stops.  The program has limited enrollment with 120 slots available for students in grades 4 to 6.  
Click on the icon above or go to our to our website to download application forms.Applications are due on Friday, May 19. Completed applications and questions can be directed to Ms. Kristen Lewis ( Program Director.

Virtual Fetal Pig Dissection!

FAME’s Middle School Science students are learning to dissect a fetal pig virtually! There are 4 stages to the process as described by Ms. Thompson: 

1.) research and poster board presentation; 

2.) paper dissection; 

3.) virtual dissections; and 

4.) fetal pig dissection.

These students have competed stage 3 of the dissection process and are ready to begin the fourth and final stage. They have shown great motivation and have progressed through self-paced learning and teamwork!  

"Today's economy demands that Delaware students leave our schools ready to compete in international markets and prepared for the careers of tomorrow, which increasingly will require strong abilities in STEM subjects."  

Delaware STEM Council



Our mission is to prepare and motivate students in Grades 4-12, with a specific focus on under-represented minorities and girls, to enter college and complete a degree in engineering or other STEM related fields of study.  Click HERE to read more about how we excite, engage and empower kids and families

Monday, May 1, 2017 - 10:00