We curate stimulating and exciting activities across disciplines, united by the OmniLearn Approach
Immersive Programs as a
Lead Community Based Organization
Why do principals, parents, and school districts want OmniLearn as their lead CBO?
Our labs are lively, exciting, and hands on. Each student will be able to use their own equipment, test their own experiments, and experience a personal connection to science that lasts a lifetime.
Invaluable Professional Development
We want to instill a love of science in all students, regardless of access. Some of our students have gone on to pursue high-level careers in science, directly impacted by OmniLabs.
The OmniLearn Approach, school-wide!
Our lab days serve as Professional Development for teachers, providing critical guidance and education for a lasting impact on each school's science program.
Tons of Diverse Programs
With programs ranging from STEM to dramatic arts to sports and beyond, we partner with amazing vendors to bring wide-ranging programs for diverse student interests.
Mixing Fun with Fascination
We choose vendors who match our values. And that means a focus on fun that supports and stimulates learning.
The OmniLearn Approach, Everywhere
Everything students and teachers love about OmniLearn, but beyond the science lab! Our vendors utilize our approach for engaging programming that ignites individual curiosity, turning each student into an investigator of their own world.
We partner with NYC Community Schools to provide our signature approach to an expansive array of engaging programs.
We Offer Programs in:
(and tons more)
4-Year Average (2016 – 2019)
Student Proficiency on Science State Assessments (M.S. 343)
Regents Exam Pass Rate
OmniLearn provides additional scientific investigation with resources we don't normally have.
MS Science Teacher, Accion Academy
Students are given the opportunity to expand their horizon and critical thinking skills with OmniLearn.
Shereen earned her B.S. in Engineering Physics from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York in 2015, and in 2021 she earned her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara. As a graduate student, Shereen worked at the intersection of electrical engineering, physics, and materials science to build semiconductor lasers by hand for energy-efficient lighting and high-speed communication.
Shereen is excited to bring novel ways of learning physics and engineering to students and schools across New York City.