STEM Careers for Us!

If STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) careers are all top 10 of the highest paid careers, and underrepresented groups are behind in obtaining STEM related career training; how will we ever reach economic equality?

Team Shepherds has been working to spread the word about STEM educational and scholarship opportunities that exist for people of color, and we want to expand our reach to more and younger minority boys and girls, but we need your help.

Our Solution:
Engagement + Experience + Empowerment + Education = Economic Equality

ENGAGING our youth early, in hands-on STEM EXPERIENCES at real corporations, EMPOWERED by professionals who look like them. Then connect them to STEM EDUCATION opportunities and scholarships, in pursuit of true ECONOMIC EQUALITY!

To learn more about our youth SSTEAM (Sports Science Technology Engineering Arts Math) programs, check us out at www.SSTEAM.org

Sign up for our FIRST Robotics Program here:

Cinsear Saunders – Class of 2018

Cinsear Saunders – Class of 2018 – Graduate of Cary High School

Hometown: Cary, NC

Bats/Throws: S/R

Plays: OF, 2nd

GPA/SAT/ACT: GPA 3.8

Future Career: Family Lawyer or Medical Examiner

Cinsear is a recent graduate of Cary Senior High School in Cary, NC, where she graduated with a 3.8 GPA while managing to fit in extracurricular activities such as softball, track, coach a dance team, act as treasurer for a school club and train hard to earn a Black Belt in Karate.

Cinsear is currently attending North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, NC, and is a member of the Aggie Softball team. Cinsear is majoring in Criminal Justice, and aspires to be a family lawyer or medical examiner.

Diamond Hancock – Class of 2019

Diamond Hancock   #14

Class of 2019 – Lee County High School

Hometown: Sanford, NC

Bats/Throws: L/R

Plays: OF, 3rd

GPA/SAT/ACT: GPA 2.9/SAT 940/ACT 15

Future Career: Veterinarian

Diamond joined the Shepherds in July of 2018 and quickly became a leader by demonstrating hustle and a great attitude. Diamond has a lot of speed and learning to slap came easily. She  is the team’s co-captain and leads the team in the outfield, the batting lineup and the dugout.

Diamond hopes to play college softball in the MEAC or CIAA conference in North Carolina, Georgia or Virginia.