Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics (STEAM) Showcase and Outreach
Each year, SSEF presents an Annual STEAM Showcase for the 11 Sandy Springs public schools and the community. In 2021, Sandy Springs Education Force was thrilled to present our 11th Annual STEAM Showcase as a live/virtual event in March. We so appreciate that many of our long-time exhibitors and sponsors, as well as numerous exciting new exhibitors, participated in this very successful event attended by over 1800 middle and high school students.
Learn about how to get involved in the 12th Annual STEAM Showcase on March 15, 2022. We are seeking sponsors and exhibitors for a live showcase that we will hold at North Springs High School.
Now, we are happy to share links to BONUS videos and on-demand insights with you! Do not miss this unique opportunity to learn about cutting-edge innovations in multiple fields. Enjoy over 30 on-demand exhibits covering technology, science, healthcare, data analytics, film and the arts, architecture, and more, including presentations from top sponsors: Mercedes-Benz USA, Comcast and Northside Hospital.
There are also links at the bottom of this site to videos outlining how five of our schools used their Sandy Springs Education Force STEAM Legacy Grants to provide extraordinary learning opportunities students would not otherwise experience. Please click here to learn more.
The Showcase is followed by STEAM outreach events, field trips and programs in our schools. SSEF twice received the Georgia STEM Award for Extracurricular Programs by the Technology Association of Georgia for this program. This program serves 2300 students at an annual cost per student of $5.00.
From the funds raised through STEAM Showcase sponsorships, SSEF offers STEAM grant opportunities to all public schools in Sandy Springs for ongoing after-school STEAM clubs and programs. Grant recipients display their projects at the annual STEAM Showcase. Grants served 350 students at an annual cost of $40.00 per student. View videos outlining how five of our schools used their Sandy Springs Education Force STEAM Legacy Grants to provide extraordinary learning opportunities students would not otherwise experience.