iSPACE Provides STEM Programs And Learning Opportunities To Our Community

Mar 16, 2017

Sixteen years ago, after retiring as a math teacher, Linda Neenan founded iSPACE, The STEM Learning Place. The non-profit provides engaging Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) programs to schools, families and the community.

Last year, iSPACE served 28,000 Greater Cincinnati students who participated in school, youth group and summer camp programs, applying science and math skills to real-life projects, including rocketry, robotics and video game design.

Joining us for a look at the STEM programs iSPACE offers are Founder and Board Member Linda Neenan and their new Executive Director, Sue Williams.