Skip to main content

California Association for STEAM Education

The California Association for STEAM Education (CASE) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Headquartered in Cupertino, California. CASE was established by educators, industry leaders, and entrepreneurs to advocate excellence in STEAM education through the development and implementation of innovative in-classroom curriculum and extra-curricular education programs.


CASE International Study Programs provide once-in-a-lifetime exclusive STEAM experiences at the world’s most profound STEAM environments. Our aim is to inspire students to the rewarding futures that STEAM based skills can accomplish.

CASE in-class programs offer students an unparalleled opportunity to explore, learn, and master skills that will play a pivotal role in shaping their future. From robotics, coding, engineering to delving into the wonders of space science, CASE programs provide an immersive and engaging environment where students can develop critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, and flexible thinking.

The Future

In the next 30 years, 75% of the fastest growing professions will require STEAM-related skills. 50% of professions today will disappear, 50% of professions in the next 30 years don’t even currently exist. Young students of today will experience dozens of career changes, and dozens of jobs in each career.

To successfully navigate through this fast-changing environment, students need to master critical STEAM-related skill sets, the Seven Survival Skills. Whereby, students will not only become capable and competitive job seekers, they will become the most innovative job creators.