AfterMath Education

AfterMath Education Inc. (“AfterMath”) uses innovative technology to transform the educational process for youth, teachers and adults. AfterMath provides a challenging, supportive and intense and fun learning environment with products in K-12, adult learners and professional development focused on STEM and also includes science, math, test taking techniques, practical application, reading and comprehension and hands on and/or and cyber capabilities. AfterMath builds math confidence and interest by connecting math with age specific, real-world applications and careers. “As a For Profit”, AfterMath can design to meet a client's needs whether it is a short workshop, professional development, AfterMath Afterschool, an AfterMath Camp, or a customized long-term program.

Program Contact Info
First Name: 
Cynthia
Last Name: 
Kaiser
Title: 
CEO
Location: 
4020 Vassar NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
United States
Program Details
Year Established: 
2010
Program Focus: 
General Science
Program Focus: 
Technology
Program Focus: 
Engineering
Program Focus: 
Math
Program Focus: 
Entrepreneurship
Girls served annually: 
1500
Boys served annually: 
1000
Does your program focus on serving youth with disabilities?: 
No
Organization Info
Organization Contact Info
Title: 
Executive Director, MD Women's Heritage Center
Location: 
4020 Vassar NE
United States
Fax: 4107670431
Slug: 
aftermath-education
Available Resources/Activities
workshops/classes/training
teaching or tutoring
professional development
mentoring
internships
girls interested in STEM
boys interested in STEM
Collaboration Interests
working with similar organizations
working with K-12 schools
working with informal organizations
working with higher education
sharing resources
providing in-kind support
joint event planning
Needed Resources/Activities
volunteers
mentoring
job shadowing
internships
girls interested in STEM
funding/sponsorship
equipment donations
conferences
computer technology support
computer access
boys interested in STEM
Populations Served
teachers
single parents
rural
middle/junior
low income
incarcerated youth
homeless
high school
employers
elementary
diversity focus
at-risk