Our goal at FAME, Inc. is to prepare and motivate students to pursue and succeed in college and or careers based on STEM fields of study.
Through two successful out-of-school and after-school initiatives, we expose both high performing and "at risk" students to cross-curricular, project-based STEM learning.
Our long-standing academic enrichment initiative addresses Delaware's persistent need to motivate and prepare under represented minorities and girls to pursue STEM-related fields and succeed in a STEM career. Read more.
FAME, Inc. is looking to add a member to our team to our teaching staff to teach 4th-8th Grade Math and Science/Engineering within our STEMulate® Change Program. Click HERE for more information and how to apply.
Become a Supporter
As a business or corporation, you can help us expand our reach by donating to FAME, sponsoring individual students, and providing internships and site visits. Read more.
Become a Partner
Our Partner schools and organizations collaborate with us to host classes to an ever-increasing student base. Read more.
As one of our committed donors, you can help ensure we continue to provide a quality curriculum to our students. Read more.
As a volunteer - whether on the Board, on a committee, or assisting in culmination events - you can help us continue to expand our reach within the broader community. Read more.
FAME was formed to address the lack of women, African American, Hispanic and Native American engineers and scientists in the industry.
Since its inception, FAME has served over 6,800 students with a nationally recognized curriculum and acts as a direct link to industry leaders.
FAME students enjoy such benefits as internships, scholarships, and rare opportunities to interact with top executives, engineers, scientists, and technology specialists at Fortune 500 organizations. Read more.
WHAT WE DO
At FAME, Inc., 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. View our brochure and learn more about how we excite, engage and empower kids and families.
HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE