for Success

Our mission is to empower and inspire entrepreneurship through Innovation, Technology and Education.

We give voiceless communities voices through training and education rooted in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (S.T.E.A.M).
The Whitfield Foundation for Success

Our Programs consist of 4 major areas; Coding, Robotics, Film, and VR/AR Experience.

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"Let out a Little S.T.E.A.M."
Summer Camp

Duration: 1st Camp June 21 to July 2nd
2nd Camp July 16th to July 16th

Capacity: 12 kids per camp
Age: 6th grade to 8th grade (Middle School) 

2631 Gravois Ave.

St. Louis, MO 63118

(314) 571-9567

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Color Coded Kids®

Color Coded Kids® (CCK) is an interactive, educational and fun classroom designed to teach kids as early as 7 years old how-to code!

Our courses are led by instructors from leading corporation.


Robot Academy® and Lego®

LEGO Robotics is a powerful educational tool for improving students’ academic outcomes across a wide range of subjects.


On the Set® Film Camp

On the Set Film Camp teaches the full realm of film making to youth between the ages of 10 to 18.


Oculus ®

Virtual reality and Augmented today is a space that has only begun to be explored. It is the future of technology for consumer experiences. Companies around the world are investing millions of dollars in this technology, from gaming, real estate, job training and even board meetings.


The Whitfield Legacy:

In 1939, Owen Whitfield led a dramatic roadside demonstration to protest the unfair treatment of sharecroppers, whites and blacks, right here in Missouri. This was one of the first examples of an integrated protest against economic injustice that predates the modern civil rights movement.


Diversity in STEM Occupations

The average income of African Americans in Missouri is $36,000. As of most recent numbers, 1 out of every 4 Black Missourian live below the poverty level. The average income of an individual with a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math is $69,000 a year.

The fight that we have continued to fight since my great grandfather Owen Whitfield lined upon the side of the highways in tents during the brunt of winter, have been for economic equality. These programs help close that gap of economic disparities and provides a foundation for a better family life style and blue print for success for generations to come.











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