In STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) programs, youth are engaged in activities that nurture their curiosity, inspire creativity, and cultivate the engineering mindset. Participants in STEAM programs explore STEAM careers and fields through real world learning.


Learn More About STEAM Programs

Veronica Simon, District STEAM Program Director

underwater robot


Dive into robotics at the Y! Whether coding a robot to play basketball, or building an underwater drone to accomplish a challenge, come learn, design, and create at the Y! Check here for current robotics opportunities.
two kids working on Technovation activity


TECHNOVATION Girls brings the global Technovation Challenge to Saint Louis. The program inspires and enables girls to dream, design, and create technological solutions. This program is open to any female-identified, transgender, or non-binary youth interested in participating.
kids playing esports


Esports brings competitive sports to video games! Hone your Esports skills through the use of strategy, collaboration, communication, and problem-solving to achieve individual or team success.
family at a family STEAM night

Family STEAM Nights

At our Family STEAM Nights, families learn together as designers and inventors. Explore how STEAM shows up in your everyday life! Learn to use creative tools, explore new technology, build, and create together! Registration is open in the fall and spring.
kids participating in a Math Learning Lab activity

Math Learning Lab

Youth in our Learning Labs explore math concepts through hands-on activities. In this program, youth make new friends and develop educational skills through small group and project-based instruction. Learning Labs are for youth 1st through 12th grade.


Do you want to do STEAM at home? Check out our STEAM challenges on our YouTube channel!


Find a STEAM Challenge