The Global Education Exchange Coalition (GEEC) is composed of non-profit/NGOs, businesses, schools and universities. GEEC has a primary focus on learner/student and faculty exchanges, joint research efforts, and skills development through connections with private companies. The GEEC represents an international think tank of diverse community leaders from various industries, that seeks to spur socioeconomic development in under-resourced communities globally through STEAM education.
We are an intercontinental team connecting cultures to make STEAM education more relatable for everyone worldwide.
For more than half a decade now, GEEC have been working to create Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (“STEAM”) ecosystems. A “STEAM ecosystem” is an open collaboration between all the various entities that affect and interact with our target learning population. The GEEC serves as a connector for communities from D.C. to South Africa and beyond that brings students, educators, families, and other institutions, together in innovative and meaningful ways.
The Swaliga Foundation is pioneering systemic change through STEAM education.
With a focus on bringing trauma-informed educational resources to the most underserved and underrepresented communities, we’re changing the trajectory of STEAM access for black and brown young people around the world.
youth and families served
showed increased interest in STEAM
learned Engineering Design Process