JAM | May 29, 2023

STEAMHouse and partners launch Makers STEAM Club, a free online learning programme for children of all ages

Shemar-Leslie Louisy

Shemar-Leslie Louisy / Our Today

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STEAMHouse Network, in collaboration with the United States Embassy, has launched this year’s edition of the Makers Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) Club at the Robeson American Center.

At the Makers STEAM Club, participants can take part in a free, online-based learning programme designed to make topics in STEAM that are usually perceived as difficult more appealing and palatable for wider audiences .

Founder and CEO of STEAMHouse, Godiva Golding, expressed her enthusiasm for the project, stating, “We’ll be teaching students robotics, coding, and digital design virtually, while also allowing them to visit the Robeson American Center and participate in activities where they can expose themselves to hands-on experiences.”

Godiva Golding Founder and CEO of STEAMHouse (Photo: Contributed)

Golding further noted that many individuals opt out of coding and other technological programmes due to perceiving the field as too difficult, “The Makers STEAM Club endeavours to dispel such misconceptions and make AI and related fields more approachable, and pave the way for the next generation of innovators and problem solvers.” she added.

Registration is currently open and until the end of July, the club will offer two live classes per week at 2 pm and can be accessed at the official website.

Individuals interested in learning more about the Makers STEAM Club and getting involved are encouraged to visit the official website at

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