CSTEM Teacher and Student Support Services, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to developing individuals that will one day join the workforce in STEM fields able to strengthen our global economy in the communications, oil and gas, information technology, off-shore, engineering, and other math and science fields. CSTEM considers itself to be a stakeholder in ensuring that underserved children are provided opportunities to experience STEM in fun and exciting ways through hands-on, discovery, inquiry and project-based learning. The students that participate in CSTEM supported projects and programs are culturally diverse; have varying learning capacities and interest levels; have dreams, goals and aspirations in how they want to experience life; and want to find success with learning. CSTEM’s operation is by far one of the most unique educational organizations in existence in that it customizes STEM services to fit the individual needs of schools and organizations with clearly identified goals and outcomes that develop young minds in areas of STEM.
CSTEM operates as a non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax deductible. Continued support ensures that underrepresented children have real life hands-on STEM experiences. Donate today via PayPal.
About Dr. Reagan Flowers
Dr. Reagan D. Flowers is a visionary, a scientist, an educator, and most importantly a humanitarian that serves her community well. The success of young people has been the driving force behind her innovative ideas as a teacher, guidance counselor, Dean of students, school improvement facilitator, and now the Executive Director and founder of C-STEM.
Dr. Flowers values education and has always modeled being a life long learner. She received her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology from Texas Southern University, Masters of Arts in Counseling from Prairie View A & M University, and Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies from The Union Institute & University.
Dr. Flowers is the driving force behind many school programs that consistently engage students in the concept of communication, science, technology, engineering and mathematics. As a Biology teacher at Jack Yates High School, she obtained her first opportunity to test the skills of young people in the field of science. At Yates, Dr. Flowers encouraged and nurtured her students to participate in national, state, and local competitions. Under her leadership, the students not only participated, but succeeded numerous STEM competitions that allowed them to design and build robots. Under her direction, C-STEM currently supports more than 70 schools within five independent school districts.