STEM+C Inc. creates bold, innovative challenges to capture our nation’s
younger generation’s attention and spirit.
These projects are our attempt to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. Our goal is to get students excited about those career fields. Our aerospace projects are not unlike any aerospace project that any aerospace company would try to attempt. The missions can be accomplished, but it will take planning, experimentation, discovery, engineering, design, build, and construction. There is no guarantee of success. Through all of our planning and testing, we plan for the best.
We believe this aspect of education got lost somewhere in the history of education. Our education system has evolved into teaching students how to pass tests. Our education system has gotten bogged down in teaching the students “What to think”, not “How to think”. We as a nation, have managed to uninspire the next generation. We as a nation no longer set bold innovative goals.
This is our attempt to change that. These projects teach the students how these types of projects are conducted in real life. The students learn through the actual process of success and failure. The students learn through creative innovation when building their aerospace vehicles. The launch day is not unlike any Space X or NASA launch, all of our planning, experimenting, checking and double checking comes down to the final second of the countdown clock.
That is real life problem solving.
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Hi, I’m Permeet. I’ve been with STEM+C ever since STEM+C moved to Arizona. Some of my hobbies include flying RC airplanes, launching rockets, volleyball, and photography. I am currently a member of the AMA and NAR and have my level one rocketry certification.
My name is Nate Taing, and I am currently attending ASU for Mechanical Engineering. Prior to joining STEM+C, I had some experience with engineering by being in the Sonoran Storm Robotics FRC team and tinkering with airsoft gearboxes
Hi, I'm Eric, I’ve been with Stem+C since it was a small group working out of a middle school in Illinois. Paul introduced me to flying R.C. airplanes and I later found an interest in the drone aspect of the hobby. I'm currently attending ASU for Aeronautical Management Technology (UAS).
Hi, I am Jake. I have been flying RC planes etc... since I can remember. I have always been passionate about everything aviation-related. I have hopes to be an airline captain in the not too distant future. I am a freelance certified flight instructor in Mesa, AZ. If you are interested in becoming a pilot visit our flight instructor page.
Hi, I'm Gerrit Kaup. I have been working with STEM+C ever since it started. I like to scratch build planes and rockets. I've taught many people how to fly, even some of the people working at STEM+C. Other hobby's of mine include playing video games, and building Gundam.
Hey, I’m Zein. I have been interested in aviation since I was a kid and am a private pilot working to become a commercial pilot in the future. STEM+C got me into and taught me w lot more aviation and RC airplanes then I knew before.
Hi, I’m Jett, I’ve been with Stem+C ever since STEM+C moved to Arizona. I’ve been super passionate about aviation ever since I was a young boy. In the future I’m want to become a commercial pilot.