GENESIS recognizes that there are many factors that limit access to quality STEAM learning and acquisition of core 21st century skills for millions of students around the country, including but not limited to, economic circumstances and school funding limitations. GENESIS remains committed to providing free STEAM programming to the students, schools, and communities that need it the most.
GENESIS envisions a world in which all youth are prepared with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in higher education and the rapidly changing economy, which are increasingly emphasizing creativity and innovation.
GENESIS launched its first STEAM Innovation Lab engaging 500 of students with the opportunity to create solutions to real world problems
VA Innovation Creation Series: 600 students created solutions for veterans with prosthetic limbs
Girls and Tech's first innovation presentation at Consumer Electronics Show (ongoing program)
Mobile Innovation Lab reaches 1,500 students
Opening of Innovation Lab at Challengers Boys and Girls Club offering the latest in state-of-the-art STEAM facilities
Girls and Tech present Buddy Bots at Consumer Electronics Show
Opened first museum embedded Innovation Lab at the Marciano Art Foundation
Girls and Tech 'HERO' innovation wins first place at Founders Bootcamp and $50,000 prize
7,500 students visit Flagship Lab at Marciano Art Foundation
Launched virtual Innovation Campus
Launched virtual Innovation Campus programs with the Hirshhorn Museum & the Wende Museum
Hirshhorn X GENESIS + DCPS partnership