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Eureka! Palouse, Inc., was started by a group of people from Moscow and Pullman who strongly believe in the value and importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education, hands-on learning, and the amazing capacity of kids to master new things if given the opportunity.  We are able to do this through wonderfully supportive partnerships with Idaho 4-H and Frontier Communications.  Our mission is to provide equitable access to learning through innovative programs, clubs, & activities for all ages to enrich the STEM/​STEAM ​culture on the Palouse. Our goals are to familiarize, encourage, and excite students about science, technology, engineering, and math and, and as a result, grow the number of students from Latah, Whitman, and surrounding counties majoring in STEM fields at the college level. Eureka! Palouse is an Idaho non-profit corporation with 501(c)3 status and a 4-H affiliate organization.  All volunteers and staff undergo a background and reference check and volunteer training is provided through the 4-H system.

Our mission

Provide equitable access to learning through innovative programs, clubs, & activities for all ages to enrich the STEM/​STEAM ​culture on the Palouse.

 We offer:

  • Classes: We offer a variety of STEM-centered classes ranging from a single afternoon class to a series of classes over one to two months.  Class sizes are general small, giving each child the opportunity to work in a setting that is conducive to idea-sharing and hands-on experience.
  • Tutoring Services: Does your child need extra help with their STEM-related classes? Do they just like learning new things?  Want to make sure they don't forget over the summer all they have learned in math?  Sign up for a tutor to assist your child with their specific needs (one-on-one or small groups). All tutors have passed a background and reference check and sessions take place at our supervised facility on Howard Street.
  • Summer Camps: These week-long summer programs are a bit different from your typical summer camps. Instead of canoeing, kids will learn to code, or build their own robot! Our camps make STEM fun, and help combat the dreaded summer brain drain.
  • Free Play Areas: We have gathered up all the great STEM-related toys, games, and activities into our own free play areas. These areas will be divided by age group, and play sessions will be guided by local college students.

Our Board

​Jennifer Clark

Hayden, Ross

Tim Ewers

University of Idaho Extension 4-H Outreach

Debra Johnson

St. Mary's School

Kelly Keane

Washington State University Facilities

Brent Mulford

Frontier Communications

Jody Opheim

Washington State University

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