The Science Machine Kids Foundation, Inc. (TSMKF) is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring children towards a lifelong love of science learning.
Whether that means taking a group of kids battling cancer out for a S.T.E.M. night they’ll always remember or traveling with a group of deserving students to Orlando, FL to explore the Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Universal Studios, and tour several college campuses, TSMKF is a resource to provide kids with a STEMtastic springboard from which they can elevate and reach their goals and dreams.
Taken collectively, programs that enrich the community and help people while promoting scientific excellence are considered to be of prime importance.
Who We Are
TSMKF is working to become a recognized leader within a worldwide movement to increase S.T.E.M. interest and aptitude amongst children everywhere.
We seek a society where children are encouraged to pursue S.T.E.M. innovation and advancement in order to contribute to the betterment of mankind.
We put children at the heart of our programming because they are the program; they are the curriculum; they are the future; and, they are the leaders of tomorrow.
About our founder
TSMKF is the brainchild of Michael Green a.k.a. The Science Machine.
A graduate of Morehouse College (the grandson of Dr. Hugh M. Gloster, President Emeritus – Morehouse College), Mr. Green has long understood both the value and importance of exposure and education.
“As a child,” says Mr. Green, “I was blessed to travel to different parts of the world and meet so many people from all walks of life. In many cases, these excursions were to lesser developed countries, which cultivated in me a deep desire to help others, especially children,” says Mr. Green. “TSMKF is simply a manifestation of that desire.”
Having been recognized as “One of the best S.T.E.M. edutainers on the planet,” Mr. Green is excited to use this platform to create unique S.T.E.M. experiences for kids.
“Children positively benefit when they experience positive environments,” says Mr. Green. “It is humbling to play a part in creating positive exposures that may potentially last a lifetime.”
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