FY 2019 was a very successful year for GYSTC! The organization operated statewide with a limited $1.5 million budget and served 5,961 teachers and 56,410 students from 105 Georgia School Districts. We were able to serve the teachers and students of Georgia through our network of Centers. We provided services from our diverse programs such as Professional Learning Workshops, STEM Teacher Academy, Camps, After School Programs, In-Class Field Trips/Embedded Professional Development, Saturday Science and STEM Nights/Days.

On behalf of GYSTC statewide, we are extremely thankful to the school districts we serve. We are grateful to all our board members and especially our host partners, ABAC at Bainbridge, Chattahoochee-Flint RESA, East Georgia State College, Flint RiverQuarium, Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University, Georgia Highlands College, Georgia Southwestern State University, Gordon State College, Kennesaw State University, Northeast Georgia RESA, and University of West Georgia for providing space, administrative and fiscal support to this organization. We could not operate or provide supplemental STEM resources to the teachers and students of Georgia without your support.

Our gratitude extends also to our partners who provide space and instructional support where we do not have a Center, like College of Coastal Georgia, Dalton State College, Middle Georgia State University, South Georgia Technical College, and Southern Regional Technical College.

The following GYSTC, Inc. FY 2019 Summary Report highlights several of our programs and activities we are all so happy to be a part of. Again, we would like to thank everyone that made this year possible. Download your copy at the link below.

FY 2019 GYSTC Summary Report

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