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Quality of Life
Building successfull students for a successfull region
Students will be inspired with hands on activities, mentoring and team building programs that engage students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematic (STEM) disciplines with a path to waiting careers in advanced manufacturing and aerospace. The students will design, build and compete with drones and robots. We have partnered with The Braxton Miller Foundation working with 6th grade to high school students making sure everyone has an opportunity at success with a lifelong career.
Organization Details
Ohio Robotics Inc. (DBA XtremeSTEM) (partnering with Braxton Miller Foundation)
2501 Thunderhawk Ct.
Dayton, Ohio. 45414
Montgomery
Ohio Robotics Inc. (DBA XtremeSTEM) (partnering with Braxton Miller Foundation)
2501 Thunderhawk Ct.
Dayton, Ohio. 45414
Montgomery
Non-profit
Organization Contact Details
Steve Staub
President
Ohio Robotics Inc. (DBA XtremeSTEM) (partnering with Braxton Miller Foundation)
937-890-4486
2501 Thunderhawk Ct.
Dayton, Ohio. 45414
Montgomery
LaShonda Miller - The Braxton Miller Foundation
Location Details
Dayton, Trotwood, Springfield
Montgomery & Clark
Other
Financial Details
300000
600000
Donations, foundation awards and revenue generation from our self-sustaining model.
Equipment Purchases
Yes
We have several donors committed and we have a self-sustaining model that generates funding.
Yes
Immediately
No
Community Details
Only 71% of kids graduate high school in the Dayton Public school system!
Worse than that is the school performance index for Northridge, Jefferson Township, Trotwood-Madison & Springfield.
Our STEM programming is exactly what these kids need, clearly traditional methods of teaching isn’t working for the kids in our region.
These students will be involved in teams designing / building drones and fighting robots.
We developed this model locally and we are ready to roll this out to all the underperforming schools in our region - at no cost to the school!

The students will work with mentors to learn problem solving skills, how to work together as a team, crises management, and most importantly be awakened to the opportunities in Advanced Manufacturing STEM careers!

Founded by industry professionals, we have proven this model over the past 10 years and are seeing success as these students are getting good paying careers with a future. We are also filling the much needed skilled worker pipeline for the Dayton Region. As thousands retire and new companies move to the region, we have a proven model that is ready to scale and be able to fill these jobs.

We know that our program works and that it solves two main issues in our region. One: it solves the workforce shortage. Two: it solves the problem as to what kids are going to do when they graduate from high school with no plan. We will give them the tools that they need to be prepared for successful careers.

I own a manufacturing company and not a professional grant writer, so if you need clarification just let me know.
no
51 to 100
None
More than 1000
Over the past 10 years we have demonstrated that roughly 60% of the students involved in our programs have gone on to some kind of advanced manufacturing / engineering / STEM careers. These students have come from all different backgrounds and have launched successful careers because of their involvement. With this grant we will be able to provide the schools with the funding and the guidance / manpower to have hundred of students participate each year. This will fill the top of the funnel for all the retirees leaving the workforce and all the new jobs coming to our region.
$50,000-$75,000
Yes
Yes
Advanced Manufacturing
Montgomery
Additional Details
No
Steve Staub
9378904486
sstaub@staubmfg.com
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