We are a not-for-profit organization that seeks to offer the best extracurricular program of science education, generate a high technological impact in our country, and offer educational opportunities for the development of high school and undergrad students in STEM. Our programs are designed and implemented by young scientists and innovators from the best universities and institutions in Mexico and the USA.
WHAT DO WE DO?
We promote careers, educational and professional opportunities among Mexican students through educational programs in STEM.
We create collaboration and mentoring networks between students and instructors from Mexico and the United States.
We design and teach original content that illustrates innovative topics in science and technology.
CLUBES DE CIENCIA
Our flagship program of intensive, hands-on and free courses that showcase the principles of scientific research for high school and undergraduate students. Every year, CdeCMx selects the best instructors from Mexico and the US to be part of our team and to design and implement each of the clubes.
Our short online courses focused on cutting edge topics related to sustainable energy. They are available through our OpenEdx platform.
An online collaborative space where students led by instructors from the US and Mexico can learn and develop problem-solving skills using programming, data science, and machine learning at an intersection with other areas of knowledge.
Science café is a space for dialogue that addresses issues of educational and professional development in STEM, internships and scholarships, scientific communication, entrepreneurship, intellectual property, and the interface of art, technology, and science.
CLUBEANDO EN CASA
Our podcast “Clubeando en casa: el podcast”, where we talk with scientists about their work, experiences, achievements, and more. Listen to it on your favorite platform.
Short talks by experts in different STEM fields. The webinars aim to inform the public about the most recent and novel research while explaining the basic concepts needed to better understand these current topics.
“Science belongs to those who work on it”
– Zapateinstein –
CITIES WHERE WE HAVE CLUBES
The “Clubes de Ciencia” program was born in the city of Guanajuato, Mexico in 2014, growing rapidly into 9 cities and 8 Ibero-American countries.
We are part of the Science Clubs International network.
“Recognized by the United Nations Foundation as an organization that meets the 2030 Millennium Sustainable Development Goals”
SPONSORS AND ALLIES