Since 2001, the team at STEM.org has worked with over 142,500 pre K-12th grade students and 10,000+ educators in over 25 countries. The team has developed the first STEM validation framework (for people, programs and products) and has successfully secured it using the blockchain. As the inaugural inductee into the Crypto STEM Initiative, each team member has committed to full financial transparency and the democratization of STEM education using the latest technology.
STEM.org has received worldwide recognition for its work. Most recently, it has been featured an editorial entitled, "STEM: It's Early Days And Why It Matters" which appeared in The New York Times Sunday Review Volume (CLXVII / No. 58,164) on December 2nd, 2018, earned The Qatari Supreme Education Council's coveted Service to Education Award and has addressed both The Jamaican and Cayman Islands Ministries of Education. Andrew B. Raupp, the Founding Executive Director, has been featured in Columbia University's New Learning Times, serves as a Forbes Contributor and was selected as an Emerging Leader by the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.