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Mailing Address

LETS GO Boys and Girls, Inc.

19 Harness Creek View Court Annapolis, MD 21403

Phone

210-920-5424

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By equipping underserved youth in impoverished areas of Baltimore City and Washington, DC with STEM identities and workforce development skills, LETS GO Boys and Girls is making a sustainable impact to improve their lives, their economic outlook, and their communities.

Support our work by making a donation to LETS GO Boys and Girls, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

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Headquarters

LETS GO Boys and Girls, Inc. 
19 Harness Creek View Court
Annapolis, MD 21403
info@letsgoboysandgirls.com

The LETS GO Boys and Girls is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

EIN: 61-1612453

OUR WHY

We believe that we can break the cycle of poverty, that STEM education can lead the way, and that intentional workforce development can lift individuals, families, neighborhoods, cities, and, ultimately, our nation to heights we never thought possible.

STEM & STEM Identity

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics—STEM drives our economy in the information age.

Our lives are filled with STEM, from the design of our cars to the coding of smart phones. LETS GO recognizes the importance of engaging students in these subjects early and continuously. With endless real world applications, STEM activities help students engage in project-based learning in a team environment, develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, and practice collaboration and perseverance.

While there is a deficit of students from the United States entering STEM fields, the gap is most significant for minorities and women. To prepare our students to succeed in the STEM job market, we need to not only spark their interest in STEM, but also to offer the support and encouragement to persevere in a rigorous STEM education.

Here are some important statistics about STEM:

  • 50% of the scientists in United States were not born in this country.
  • 6% of entering 9th grade students graduate from a four-year college with a STEM degree but less than 3.5% of African American and Hispanic students achieve this goal. It is estimated that .5% of low income, minority students from inner cities graduate with a STEM degree at the Bachelors of Science level.
  • African American and Hispanic minorities and women are underrepresented in the STEM fields by more than 100%.
  • A graduate with a degree in engineering is likely to make $65,000 the first year. STEM fields have high salaries and low unemployment

Our Approach

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Core Values

LETS GO’s culture and actions are grounded in our core values

Our Mission

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Our Vision

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More About Us

Interested in learning more about LETS GO? Meet our leaders, read about our 10-year history, or explore opportunities to join our team.

Get Involved

By equipping underserved youth in impoverished areas of Baltimore City and Washington, DC with STEM identities and workforce development skills, LETS GO Boys and Girls is making a sustainable impact to improve their lives, their economic outlook, and their communities.

Support our work by making a donation to LETS GO Boys and Girls, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Sign up for LETS GO news!

Mailing Address

LETS GO Boys and Girls, Inc.
19 Harness Creek View Court
Annapolis, MD 21403


Phone

210-920-5424

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