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2022 STEM Scholarship

Congratulations to the following graduates who have been awarded 2022 STEM scholarships from our organization:

Krista Kennedy - Lakeside High School, Atlanta, Georgian (University of Georgia)

Clease Pennymon - Druid Hills High School, Atlanta, Georgia (North Carolina Central University)

Ty West - Tucker High School, Tucker, Georgia (North Carolina Ag & Technical State University)

Jordan Voegele - Normal Community High School, Normal, Illinois (Midwest Technical Institute)

Elhadji Ndiaye - Central High School, Kansas City, Missouri (Missouri Univ. of Science & Technology)

2021 STEM Scholarships

Congratulations to the following metro-Atlanta Seniors who have been awarded 2021 STEM scholarships from our organization:


E. Finch - Saint Pius X Catholic High School, Atlanta, Georgia

S. Makub - Stone Mountain High School, Stone Mountain, Georgia

J. Horton - Tucker High School, Tucker, Georgia

S. Parker - Tucker High School, Tucker, Georgia

N. Campodonico - Salem High School, Conyers, Georgia

N. Stewart - Martin Luther King, Jr. High School, Decatur, Georgia


STEM for Every Child Scholarships are awarded to outstanding seniors who are dedicated to pursuing a STEM-related degree. Students were selected on the basis of their academic achievement, letters of recommendation, and a personal essay. Each student will receive a $2,000 scholarship. This year, the program awarded $12,000 in scholarships. 

Feedback from our 2021 STEM Scholarship recipients

Nazarene C.


I heard about the Stem for Every Child Scholarship through a few hundred Google searches! I was on the hunt for scholarships to apply to and eventually came across Stem for Every Child. I applied and eventually forgot about the scholarship since I had assumed it had already been awarded. Then, I received a phone call from Ms. Bolsen on May fifth. I was not expecting to hear that I'm one of the recipients, but I was thrilled to find out that I am! It truly made my day. Now, I can attend Nazareth College with less worry about my financial aid and pay more attention to where my passion truly lies: Music Therapy. I plan to someday open my own Music Therapy practice in a community like mine that lacks access!

Sarah M.


Hello, my name is Sarah Mukuba I am 17 years old Senior at Stone Mountain High School I first heard about the stem for every child scholarship from my counselor my counselor always send email and tell us to apply and when I heard and read about the stem for every child scholarship I immediately applied for. it winning made me feel so happy I couldn’t believe it at first being choosing among qualified candidate is not an easy thing to accomplish and me winning and being chosen made me feel so thankful and appreciative. thank you so much for choosing me I am thankful. my future is I am going to be attending Georgia State University this fall and I will be majoring in nursing, my goal is to become a RN nurse after college once again thank you so much for choosing me

Ellie F.


Winning this scholarship means so much to me! I really admire the work STEM For Every Child does in the classroom and I’m honored to be selected by this great organization to receive one of their scholarships. This money will help pay for my education at Georgia Tech where I will be majoring in biomedical engineering. My plan is to pursue a career designing medical devices where I can use my passion for STEM to help others in my community.

Noel S.


I want to truly thank the STEM organization for this opportunity. This was a really big surprise because I know there were many other kids who applied for this scholarship, so to be one out of six is really amazing. I will surely use this scholarship as an advantage as I transition to college.

The next scholarship round will open March 20, 2022.

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