Inspire the next generation of technologists
Outreach

We inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers with hands-on STEM activities.

LED Starry Nights

BitQuest

We give back to the community by inspiring young scientists and leaders
Student volunteers are involved throughout the process, from designing and developing educational activities, to providing hands-on assistance to teachers and students in classrooms, and implementing various innovative education program that encourage young students to explore STEM.
We Help Organizers and Teachers Make STEM Fun and Exciting!

We built fun, and interactive Classroom experiences with fleshed out lesson plans that allow easy integration into classes for teachers and students. Our Curriculum Specialists customize lessons for all teaching styles, varying student age groups, and individual academic needs and learning behaviors. All resources are optional, and teachers are encouraged to integrate lesson plans, slides, and volunteers into classes based on their needs and preferences.

We open sourced formalized behavioral and lesson-based training videos to provide prepare students (even those with little previous experience ) to mentor younger students.

BitCamp Summer

The BitCamp Summer program provides a fun, exciting engineering experience to students in grades 2-5 with UC Davis undergraduate and graduate students to explore various STEM fields, build projects, and practice their competitive and collaborative skills in a classroom-like setting. Students launch rockets, do chemistry experiments, and learn how to program in a team.

BitCart

The BitCart program empowers teachers from non-STEM backgrounds to integrate hands-on activities into lesson plans with by directly bringing materials, student/teacher manuals, and university volunteers to the class. Teachers are provided with the option of training to easily and successfully lead activities with their students, reducing the organization and preparation time.

BitQuest

The BitQuest mentorship program unites students in grades 2-5 with UC Davis undergraduate and graduate students to explore various STEM fields, build projects, and practice their competitive and collaborative skills in a classroom-like setting. Mentors provide assistance and guide students through various projects in which they design, build, and optimize their own products.