Welcome to the Samyak Science Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, dedicated to promoting STEAM!

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Our Vision

We envision a world where ALL students have an opportunity to be exposed to STEAM learning, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity/race or any other social or personal characteristics.

The sad reality is that there is a large number of students interested in STEAM who aren't able to find a path to success.

Our students always find STEAM learning very fun and engaging, and we wish to share our vision with the world.

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The Samyak Science Society wants to share their vision with YOU! In order to do this, we bring hands-on, in-depth learning by connecting our students to experts, educators, and mentors.

Both of our co-founders, Rishab Jain, and Aditya Jain, have been involved with STEAM since a young age. They know what works with other children, and how to get them inspired and interested. Not every kid will have a love for STEAM, and that's okay. But we owe it to the world to inspire a generation of "Einsteins" to change the world.


We believe in the power of curiosity and "experiental learning." At Samyak Science, we are pioneering a new paradigm for youth education through these core principles.

STEAM Education!

We use the STEAM learning approach:

By teaching these 5 fields integrated together in lessons: more fun AND more learning! We are also pioneering our "experimental learning" philosophy to pair with the STEAM curriculum. 

Kids taught by Kids!

Just a few years back, we were kids too

Having attended countless workshops in the past, we know what works the best for young children! We are able to create innovative lesson plans for educators. 

Serving Community!

Providing for the underserved

Providing for underprivileged areas is central to our values. We are trying to make STEAM more accessible through initiatives like the STEAMKit. We believe in fostering curiosity. 


Here are some of the places the Samyak Science Society has been mentioned in the news!

S3 has partnered with Simply Neuroscience. We hosted a workshop on connecting neuroscience to AI and sharing ways youth can get involved in this growing area!


Rishab Jain was invited to TEDxGateway to talk about his inventions, STEAM education, AI, and the importance of curiosity in innovation.

Our core initiative is the workshop program. We believe in sparking STEM curiosity at an early age, through easy to access, "experimental learning".


Rishab Jain

Rishab is a high school student who believes in the importance of teaching curiosity. His own curiosity has inspired him to develop tools to improve pancreatic cancer treatment, make educational YouTube videos, and advocate for STEM education at TEDx. He has also been named “America’s Top Young Scientist” and one of Time Magazine’s “25 Most Influential Teens.”

Aditya Jain

Aditya is an MD Student at Harvard Medical School. He has a BS in Biomedical Engineering. His research focuses on improving cancer screening using artificial intelligence and he has published five papers. Aditya believes that “experiental learning” will empower youth to pursue STEM. His advocacy efforts have led to being named a “Top 30 Changemaker” by the T-Mobile Foundation.

Samyak Science Society has four chapters around the world. We are always interested in expanding our efforts. Please reach out to us on the Contact page if you would like to get in touch!