With more than 90 partners in 100 countries, the GSA is the first truly global collaborative initiative with the mission of ensuring the next generation of STEM innovators.
The GSA’s unique public-private partnership model provides its partners—governments, corporations, educational institutions, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)—with access to a network that is unparalleled in its breadth.
NGOs and nonprofits can take advantage of the collaborative relationships based on partners who share a similar mission and vision for the future of STEM education and programming.
With access to scientists who are best-in-class and with the international resources of its partners, the GSA acts as a global vehicle for scaling STEM programs—a network amplification that can transform the way organizations achieve their mission.
As one of its many benefits, the GSA offers NGOs and nonprofits the opportunity to learn from others around the world—and bring those best practices back to their own organizations, steering the way toward success in fostering STEM awareness and education throughout the world.