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STEAM Train partners with other organizations to fulfill its mission


Conductor Sponsor


Stakeholder Sponsors

We partners with various organizations to achieve our mission of moving generations to STEM.
Each organization plays a unique role and together we are impacting the community around us. 

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CT State CC - Middlesex is the host site for the Connect - In - Technology  camp for high school students ages 16 - 18 yrs. 

Middlesex is also a sponsor of Adventures In Learning STEM GEMS summer camp through the NASA Connecticut Space Grant Consortium (CTSGC). 


Global Help Desk Services, Inc.,
provides help desk outsourcing services to enterprise-sized companies. They partner with STEAM Train's Fast Track Academy as a apprenticeship site. They offer the FTA students real life experience in the IT field. 

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Hallam-ICSan engineering, control system integration and commissioning firm, partners with STEAM Train in multiple capacities.  They are teachers at Connect - In - Tech Camp & Adventures in Learning STEM GEMS summer camp. The expose high school students and children to different aspects of engineering.

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The Middletown Public School District has teamed up with STEAM Train to provide STEAM Machine, an after-school program designed to enhance exposure to STEAM disciplines, particularly among racially underrepresented students.


Shiloh Christian Church serves as the location site for Fast Track Academy's in person classes, the base camp for Adventures in Learning STEM Gems Camp and houses our office of operations


Wesleyan University's Non-Profit Board Residency Course has offered STEAM Train students to serve on our Board of Directors. Wesleyan was also a previous host site for our Fast Track Academy.

Interested in Partnering with STEAM Train?
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