The mission of Project SYNCERE (Supporting Youth’s Needs with Core Engineering Research Experiments) is to prepare the minds of underrepresented students and create pathways for them to pursue careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

SIGNATURE PROGRAMS

ENpowered [Grades K-12]

This program serves more than 2,000 students annually to provide them with an early introduction to engineering through in-school and after-school workshops and summer programs.

E-CADEMY [Grades 6-12]

Middle and high school students in our Gateway and Pro E-CADEMY program engage in deeper engineering practices, visit engineering companies, and interact with STEM professionals on Saturdays during the 9-month academic school year to prepare for enrollment in post-secondary STEM programs.

SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS

Your contribution will help prepare and develop students to become the future STEM workforce. It’s imperative that this work begins early in a student’s educational career. With your help, we can continue to increase the number of opportunities available to our students who may one day be a member of your team.

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Every child deserves the opportunity to explore the STEM fields through a hands-on learning experience. We provide 1,000’s of students each year with the opportunity to become engaged in the STEM fields and realize their true potential to change the world through science and engineering.

Help us create the next generation of innovators and engineers today!

As a 501(c)3 charitable organization, donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. Our EIN is 26-2554942.

In school, science was always about theory. There was no application, and it felt intangible to me. Project SYNCERE has shown me that engineering is creative; it’s about designing and development.

REGAN ALLEN, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, C/O 2019

Project SYNCERE gave me the chance to learn, use my imagination and create things. Now I want to pursue STEM in college and make it my career.

ARMANI YO UNG, ALABAMA A&M UNIVERS I T Y, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, C/O 2019

My team and I built a robot on our own. I learned what pieces fit together, and how everything works together at the end.

JOCELYN ORTIZ

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CONTACT US

  • Project SYNCERE
    9012 S. Stony Island Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60617

  • 773-982-8261

  • 856-997-9294

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