Impact

1

Year of STEM Bridge

1 year ago STEM Bridge was founded by Kaosi Anyanwu, who wanted to bring awareness and opportunities in STEM to girls from developing countries and inspire the next generation of female leaders. STEM Bridge is continuously growing, and we are excited for the future ahead!

200+

Participants

We are building a community and pipeline of girls and bringing them together through our awareness events, charity events, bootcamps and scholarships. By increasing access to opportunities and high quality education we will encourage and empower girls to thrive in STEM careers.

6

Events

Our events provide learning and growth opportunities and provide young girls with a space to innovate, learn new skills and be inspired by role-models and mentorship. In the last 1 year we have held 4 successful events that have gained traction and put us on the map. With our scholarship and book award program, we are providing opportunities those who are in need.

10+

Volunteers

Our volunteers are the back-bone of our community and provide our girls with leadership and volunteer skills that create well-rounded individuals. We provide a range of volunteer opportunities that tap into our girls’ creative skills as well as leadership skills.

Multiple

Schools Served

We are always looking for partner schools and organizations to work with. We are excited to grow in the future and work with more schools and organizations.

$3000

Raised

Donations are how we run! Thanks to the donations of wonderful individuals and corporations we have been able to create opportunities and host event that positively impact the girl child! We hope to raise more funds and create a greater impact for our girls. We look forward to the future!

1

Year of STEM Bridge

1 year ago STEM Bridge was founded by Kaosi Anyanwu, who wanted to bring awareness and opportunities in STEM to girls from developing countries and inspire the next generation of female leaders. STEM Bridge is continuously growing, and we are excited for the future ahead!

200+

Participants

We are building a community and pipeline of girls and bringing them together through our awareness events, charity events, bootcamps and scholarships. By increasing access to opportunities and high quality education we will encourage and empower girls to thrive in STEM careers.

6

Events

Our events provide learning and growth opportunities and provide young girls with a space to innovate, learn new skills and be inspired by role-models and mentorship. In the last 1 year we have held 4 successful events that have gained traction and put us on the map. With our scholarship and book award program, we are providing opportunities those who are in need.

10+

Volunteers

Our volunteers are the back-bone of our community and provide our girls with leadership and volunteer skills that create well-rounded individuals. We provide a range of volunteer opportunities that tap into our girls’ creative skills as well as leadership skills.

Multiple

Schools Served

We are always looking for partner schools and organizations to work with. We are excited to grow in the future and work with more schools and organizations.

$3000

Raised

Donations are how we run! Thanks to the donations of wonderful individuals and corporations we have been able to create opportunities and host event that positively impact the girl child! We hope to raise more funds and create a greater impact for our girls. We look forward to the future!

2023 STEM Bridge Summer Bootcamp!

Our 3 day summer bootcamp included 2 virtual days and 1 in-person day! We have over 30 participants across the 3 days who got to learn from industry expert facilitators in AI, Robotics, Manufacturing and Design, Cloud, Big Data. Special thank you to our partner HerVest, the fintech company, who led the finance workshop and the pitchathon! The in-person day was a day filled with laughter, learning, and award ceremonies. Congratulations again to the winner of our Showcase Presentation and the winners of our HerVest Pitchathon!

Awareness Event: “An afternoon with STEM Bridge”

Over 65 young girls had the opportunity to attend our maiden interactive awareness event- An Afternoon with STEM Bridge. This event was an opportunity for students to interact with diverse and accomplished women, be exposed to a wide variety of STEM programs and careers, participate in enrichment activities, and learn about the organization.

We enjoyed hearing from Mrs Owen Omogiafo, President and CEO of Transcorp plc and Mrs Uzo Oshogwe, Managing Director of Afriland Properties plc, during our leadership panel as they discussed how we can encourage more Nigerian girls into STEM roles and empower them for leadership positions. As well as Pan-Atlantic University’s School of Science and Technology, Dean Dr. Darlington Agholor and their 300 level female students who came to share their college experience and STEM programs.

It was an afternoon filled with learning, fun and prizes! Congratulations to our raffle draw winners who went home with a STEM Bridge tote bag and an Amazon Echo dot!

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Mrs Owen Omogiafo; President and CEO of Transcorp plc, Ms Tofunmi Akinseye; CEO and Publisher of Savvy Media, and Mrs Uzo Oshogwe; Managing Director and CEO of Afriland Properties plc, during the leadership panel discussion

Mrs Owen Omogiafo; President and CEO of Transcorp plc, Ms Tofunmi Akinseye; CEO and Publisher of Savvy Media, and Mrs Uzo Oshogwe; Managing Director and CEO of Afriland Properties plc, during the leadership panel discussion

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Mrs Owoyi Esiere; Teacher at Lagoon School, Mrs Owen Omogiafo; President and CEO of Transcorp plc, Ms Tofunmi Akinseye; CEO and Publisher of Savvy Media, Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder of STEM Bridge and Mrs Uzo Oshogwe; Managing Director and CEO of Afriland Properties plc, at STEM Bridge’s maiden event, An Afternoon with STEM Bridge

Mrs Owoyi Esiere; Teacher at Lagoon School, Mrs Owen Omogiafo; President and CEO of Transcorp plc, Ms Tofunmi Akinseye; CEO and Publisher of Savvy Media, Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder of STEM Bridge and Mrs Uzo Oshogwe; Managing Director and CEO of Afriland Properties plc, at STEM Bridge’s maiden event, An Afternoon with STEM Bridge

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Mr. Martin Anyanwu; Executive Vice Chairman of Orangila Group and Dr. Darlington Agholor; Dean of School of Science and Technology at Pan Atlantic University

Mr. Martin Anyanwu; Executive Vice Chairman of Orangila Group and Dr. Darlington Agholor; Dean of School of Science and Technology at Pan Atlantic University

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Pan Atlantic University's School of Science and Technology and STEM Bridge Team pose for a group picture

Pan Atlantic University's School of Science and Technology and STEM Bridge Team pose for a group picture

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Dr. Darlington Agholor; Dean of School of Science and Technology (SST) at Pan Atlantic University (PAU), and some of their 300 level female students discuss their journey and challenges in University as well as programs and courses available at PAU's SST.

Dr. Darlington Agholor; Dean of School of Science and Technology (SST) at Pan Atlantic University (PAU), and some of their 300 level female students discuss their journey and challenges in University as well as programs and courses available at PAU's SST.

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Adora Nwodo; Software Engineer and Multi-Published Author and STEM Bridge Team pose for a picture at "An Afternoon with STEM Bridge"

Adora Nwodo; Software Engineer and Multi-Published Author and STEM Bridge Team pose for a picture at "An Afternoon with STEM Bridge"

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Attendees engaging in a fun game of Jenga with Nnenna Okoronkwo;Co-Director of Local Operations

Attendees engaging in a fun game of Jenga with Nnenna Okoronkwo;Co-Director of Local Operations

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One of our attendees asking questions during the event

One of our attendees asking questions during the event

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One of the winners of the Trivia receiving her prize

One of the winners of the Trivia receiving her prize

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Kaosi Anyanwu, CEO and Founder of STEM Bridge and Nnenna Okoronkwo, Co-Director of Local Operations, announcing one of the winners of the raffle draw

Kaosi Anyanwu, CEO and Founder of STEM Bridge and Nnenna Okoronkwo, Co-Director of Local Operations, announcing one of the winners of the raffle draw

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STEM Bridge Team pose for a picture with one of our raffle winners!

STEM Bridge Team pose for a picture with one of our raffle winners!

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Two of our student volunteers, listening to our leadership panel discussion from our CEO speakers

Two of our student volunteers, listening to our leadership panel discussion from our CEO speakers

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Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder of STEM Bridge, giving a presentation about the organization

Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder of STEM Bridge, giving a presentation about the organization

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One of our raffle winners beaming with joy as she hears her number called out as the winning number!

One of our raffle winners beaming with joy as she hears her number called out as the winning number!

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Attendees clapping and cheering for our leadership panel

Attendees clapping and cheering for our leadership panel

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Some of the attendees at "An Afternoon with STEM Bridge"

Some of the attendees at "An Afternoon with STEM Bridge"

Annual Charity Event: “A Seat at the Table”

Christmas is the season of giving, and STEM Bridge is doing its part by giving back to our local communities.

Our annual charity event this year was a career panel that gave students the opportunity to  interact with diverse and accomplished women role models, learn from their experiences and personal career journeys. We had women working in the tech, finance,  creative industries as well as founders of start-ups and young entrepreneurs who came to share their knowledge and stories. This forum was exciting, informal and enlightening. Each student left with a gift bag filled with goodies and merchandise from MTN Nigeria!

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Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder of STEM Bridge with some of the career panelists at the first annual charity event

Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder of STEM Bridge with some of the career panelists at the first annual charity event

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Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder, and some of the students at the first annual charity event

Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder, and some of the students at the first annual charity event

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The students during the event, eager to ask questions

The students during the event, eager to ask questions

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The career panelists seated at the event

The career panelists seated at the event

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Paula Mordi; Co-director of local operations and Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder, pose for a picture during the event

Paula Mordi; Co-director of local operations and Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder, pose for a picture during the event

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One of our girls taking notes during the event

One of our girls taking notes during the event

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Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder handing out food packs, drinks, and gifts to the girls

Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder handing out food packs, drinks, and gifts to the girls

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A student asks a question to one of the panelists during the event

A student asks a question to one of the panelists during the event

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Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder, answering a question during the event

Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder, answering a question during the event

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Paula Mordi; Co-director of local operations, playing a game of Trivia with the girls

Paula Mordi; Co-director of local operations, playing a game of Trivia with the girls

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Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder pose for a picture with one of the career panelists

Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder pose for a picture with one of the career panelists

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Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder pose for a selfie with some of the career panelists

Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder pose for a selfie with some of the career panelists

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Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder pose for a picture with some of the career panelists

Kaosi Anyanwu; CEO and Founder pose for a picture with some of the career panelists

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