The ESSTEAM Lab is equipping students of all ages with tools for success by teaching a maker mindset and competence in STEAM and sustainability. 

It’s pronounced like “esteem”. ESSTEAM stands for: Entrepreneuship, Sustainability, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. We are a nonprofit that provides programs and resources focused on integrating sustainability with STEAM and maker education. The resources we provide are meant to spark curiosity and grow confidence in skills and competence in knowledge of ESSTEAM disciplines. 

The ESSTEAM Lab offers resources through our blog, resource library, and a Teachers Pay Teachers store.  We also offer classes through Electivity in Marin County, CA. You can stay connected with us through our twice monthly newsletter by signing up below, or by following us on social media. 

ESSTEAM Lab, Inc. is a federally recognized 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization. As such, donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. 

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We’re currently awaiting our official letter from the state allowing us to solicit for contributions. We appreciate your interest in supporting us! 

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