Kramden Won a STEMmy Award!

STEMmy award

Last night, Kramden was honored as the Youth Serving Organization of the Year by US 2020 RTP at the first annual STEMmy Awards. Also known as the Golden Gears, the STEMmy Awards honor individuals, organizations, and partners for their amazing work and contributions in making science, technology, engineering, and math more accessible for low-income, minority, and female students around the Triangle. Kramden was selected as a “nonprofit that connects youth in the community to a variety of engaging STEM opportunities.”

Other STEMmy winners include:

  • Student of the Year K-8: Mansi Goyal, Hunter GT/AIG Basics Magnet Elementary, Grade 5
  • Student of the Year 9-16: Joanna McDonald, Green Hope High School, Grade 11
  • STEM School of the Year, Lowes Grove Middle School
  • Mentor of the Year, Kenneth Lyle, Duke University
  • Higher Ed Department of the Year, Kenan Fellows Program, NC State University
  • STEM Industry Partner of the Year, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, RTP
  • RTPi3 Essay Contest Winner- Benjamin Warlick, Charles D. Owen High School, Buncombe County