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Logo for the City of Baltimore.

BCRP offers variety of fun STEM resources as part of the virtual rec center, as well as in-person STEM programming and activities at rec centers throughout the city.

Logo for the Baltimore Robotics Center.

Baltimore Robotics Center is a youth club that provides a dedicated space for school-age youth in the city to practice and learn robotics, and to compete in local robot leagues.

Logo for organization, Code n the Schools.

Code in the School is a Baltimore-based organization that aims to empower city youth by expanding access to quality computer science education and building pathways to tech careers and opportunities.

Logo for FutureMakers.

FutureMakers is a local maker education learning services company that provides playful hands-on STEM learning products and educator support with integrating engineering, tinkering, making and play in their lessons.

Logo for JHU's Center for Educational Outreach at the Whiting School of Engineering.

JHU’s Center for Educational Outreach is part of the Whiting School of Engineering, and runs several year-round programs in partnership with specific Baltimore City Schools in an effort to increase the number of underrepresented youth pursuing STEM careers and strengthen ties between the university and the surrounding community.

Logo for KID Museum in Bethesda, MD.

KID Museum is a experiential museum and educational makerspace in Bethesda, MD that fosters the vision that every kid is a maker. Through partnerships with local schools and  community organizations, the KID Museum works to dismantle structural inequities and enable all students to unlock their fullest creative potential.

Logo for nonprofit, Let's Go Boys and Girls.

LETS GO Boys and Girls (LETS GO) is a non-profit devoted to STEM learning and interest throughout youth growth and education development. LETS GO partners with with schools, youth organizations, and other non-profits in historically under-resourced communities to provide STEM learning experiences for youth from elementary school to high school graduation.

The Maryland Business Roundtable for Education (MBRT) is a coalition of leading employers that have made a long-term commitment to support education reform and improve student achievement in Maryland. MBRT is also leading the creation of Maryland’s STEM Innovation Network, STEMnet.

The Maryland Science Center is home to all things STEM education. From breathtaking exhibits and demonstrations to hands-on activities to innovative programming, the Maryland Science Center provides plenty of opportunities to engage students of all ages in STEM both inside and outside of the traditional classroom.

Logo for the Maryland STEM Festival.

The Maryland STEM Festival (MSF) is a month-long Fall celebration of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics designed to advance STEM education. Throughout the year, MSF brings together libraries, museums, universities, government agencies, and other organizations to create an engaging, educational, and memorable festival that encourages student interest in STEM.

Logo for the National Aquarium.

The National Aquarium is a nonprofit a organization whose mission is to inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures; the National Aquarium offers opportunities for students of all ages to explore the wonders that lie beneath the sea, as well as to expand their environmental education through engaging and immersive experiences.

Open Works is a public makerspace in Baltimore that provides 34,000 sq ft of fabrication, studio, and classroom space for innovators to design and build anything they can dream of. Open Works also offers classes, digital resources, and special programming so that visitors can both build their skills and collaborate with fellow makers.

Logo for Jobs For the Future.

Jobs for the Future (JFF) provides a free curriculum for as both a digital, student-facing version and as comprehensive lesson plans that cover employability skills for success, lenses on the future, and STEMploration for middle and high school youth that helps K-12 educators build a system for career exploration. 

Logo for the Rockville Science Center.

The Rockville Science Center is a museum that allows people of all ages and backgrounds to explore the wonders of STEM and connect with the local scientific community through classes, camps, special programming, and many more engaging learning activities. 


4H is the largest youth development program in the nation, with inclusive programming that provide youth opportunities to engage in STEM, civic engagement, healthy living, and agriculture through clubs, afterschool, camps, and more.

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MOST Network

Address: 1500 Union Avenue, Suite 2300, Baltimore, MD 21211

Phone: 410-374-7692


Fax: 410-617-8750

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