STEM Educators, Mentors, and Support Organizations

George Washington Carver in his Lab at Tuskegee
George Washington Carver in his Lab at Tuskegee

While BlackPast features hundreds of STEM pioneers who have contributed to the world’s knowledge and understanding of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, there are others who are indirectly responsible for their contributions, including the many teachers of STEM across the United States. While no survey would ever capture all of the teachers and mentors of STEM, what you see below is a partial list of some of the most influential people and organizations whose work supports STEM knowledge. Please let us know at Quintard@blackpast.org if there are others you feel should be included here: