Introducing EduSTEM ( Educate, Encourage, Empower

EduSTEM: Educate, Encourage, Empower

EduSTEM is a international ​youth-led organization ​increasing diversity in STEM by empowering youths of underrepresented backgrounds to pursue STEM for social good through original STEMX curriculum such as STEMXPoliticalScience, STEMXEntrepreneurship, and more.

As one of the only youth-run STEMX initiatives in the world, EduSTEM has mobilized young leaders in STEM globally, tackling educational inequity through free summer camps, events, and workshops for minority youths. ​

Now, in an innovative collaboration between STEM-Away and EduSTEM, we are making high-quality EduSTEM curriculum accessible to all via the STEM-Away platform.

Learning Resources

Learning Resources available from EduSTEM:

Difficulty Level

EduSTEM Curriculum is categorized into three difficulty levels:

  1. #beginner Designed for students with limited previous exposure to a topic.

  2. #intermediate Designed for students with baseline fundamental skills in a topic who are seeking to enrich their understanding of course material. Intermediate curriculum may include content appropriate for beginner students as well.

  3. #advanced Designed for students looking to engage in deep dives of advanced topics - often references expert scientific content and includes material at a graduate level or beyond. Advanced curriculum may include content appropriate for intermediate or beginner students as well.

Don’t be afraid to try challenging content! Tough problems are intentionally designed as such, and there are resources available for help. For questions, please feel free to reach out to Ayush Noori at

EduSTEM Team

​Ayush Noori (@anoori) is a senior at Phillips Exeter Academy and the EduSTEM Boston Chapter Founder and Regional Director. Ayush has witnessed firsthand how STEMX education enables youth to create positive change in the world, and hopes to share this empowerment with others. An active neuroscience researcher, he is currently exploring the cellular mechanisms of neurodegenerative proteopathies. Through his work with EduSTEM, he hopes to promote diversity and fuel innovation in the next generation of scientists.

Archika Dogra is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the EduSTEM Initiative. She attends Interlake High School as a senior in Bellevue, WA. Archika is the President of her school’s Technology Student Association, is part of National Science Honor Society, and does Speech and Debate. In her free time, she enjoys computer science, softball, and biomedical research!