Bring coding to your classroom

Here are our few best practices from the National Science Foundation Maker Partnership Program" (NSF # and MSNSF Number).

StudentUnion, the non-profit branch of MakerState offers online and in person STEM/coding programs to underserved schools. Through partnering up with schools, StudentUnion provides teacher training and math and ELA-skill-building STEM learning opportunities.

StudentUnion brings students online educational resources amid unpredecended school closures during COVID-19.


Teacher Training

Student Learning

Contact us if you would like STEM/coding learning in your school

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide equitable access to hands-on math and ELA-skill-building STEM/coding learning for underserved students nationwide through partnerships with schools.

A Trusted Program

Since 2013, StudentUnion and MakerState have brought award-winning student learning and teacher training to K-12 public schools, benefitting thousands of students and teachers. We are a National Science Foundation-funded and experienced NYC DOE CS4ALL program provider of online and in person STEM teacher training and student learning. We’d like to support your school in making the transition to online learning amid unprecedented school closures during COVID-19. Read more about our programs here.

Making it possible

StudentUnion, a 501c3 non-profit, works with schools and youth organizations to access grant and city funding to support programs. We also rely on support from foundations, corporate sponsorship, and individual donations. StudentUnion is sponsored by MakerState, a STEM/coding organization that provides award-winning National Science Foundation-funded and NYC DOE CS4ALL student programming and teacher training to hundreds of school programs nationwide. Contact us to talk about how we can bring a program to your school.

Curious about our online courses? Check out this video-based introduction to coding in Scratch

Are you a parent or educator with one or more students who want STEAM/coding classes?

Are you a volunteer, interested in helping underserved youth in learning STEAM/coding?