SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Nayah Solutions, Inc., an educational training company, announces the launch of Nayah STEAM for Kids, a free calendar that lists science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) events in the San Francisco Bay area.
With Nayah STEAM for Kids, parents can find awesome events where they can spend quality time with their children as they learn STEAM concepts. The calendar lets parents search STEAM events by keyword and date, and filter events with different views, such as by month, as a list, and more.
“We are elated to provide this free service for parents in the Bay Area,” said BeLinda Nichols, founder and chief of Nayah STEAM for Kids. “According to the New York Times, over a million tech jobs will be available over the next decade, but not enough people will be qualified to fill these roles. We believe more kids would be interested in these careers if parents introduced them to STEAM at an early age. Attending STEAM events as a fun, family experience encourages kids to study and excel in STEAM subjects, and eventually land rewarding STEAM careers.”
Ray Mays, Jr., Director at Teach for America in Oakland, California, believes the calendar “promotes events where students engage in hands-on, rigorous, and engaging activities that foster a strong passion for STEAM. Encouraging our earliest learners to have a love and passion for STEAM gives them the skill sets to thrive in an ever-changing technological world.”
About Nayah STEAM for Kids:
Nayah STEAM for Kids, a subsidiary of Nayah Solutions, Inc., is a free calendar that provides a comprehensive list of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) events in the San Francisco Bay area. Learn more at https://nayahsteamforkids.com or follow us on Twitter @nayahsteam.
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