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Who Are We?

Founded by three Science teachers, The STEAM Project is a collaborative approach to learning that allows both children and teens to enjoy Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics without the limitations of teaching or learning in a traditionally structured school setting. The Steam Project Team works to offer a deeper exploration of the interaction between science, technology, and design for youth by making new and emerging technology accessible to young minds.

What We Do

MEET OUR DIRECTORS

Director

Jay Wengle

“When I was younger, I spent most of my time tinkering with computers and electronics. I took apart most of my toys to see how they worked and redesigned them.” - Jay Wengle, MSc, BEd

Administrative Director

Ann Hu

“I strongly believe in the motivated use and understanding of technology, as technology as a whole is so much more than it’s practical purpose.” - Ann Hu, Bsc (Hons), BEd

Operations Director

Huron Chu

"What I love about TSP is the opportunity to have real innovation arise, and facilitate the spark the children need to get them there.”  - Huron Chu, BSc (Hons), BEd

 

Our Community Partners

 
Important Update

Summer Sessions have been updated! In-person and virtual class options will be running this year

The STEAM Project
Summer Camp
Summer Lower Campus (JK-Gr. 4)
Richland Academy
11570 Yonge St.

Richmond Hill, ON L4E 3N7

Main Campus & Makerspace

561 Edward Ave. Unit 1

Richmond Hill, ON, L4C 9W6

P. (289) 819-0178

E. info@thesteamproject.ca