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Do you have a gifted child eager for intellectual challenges beyond the standard curriculum? In New Mexico, opportunities for nurturing gifted students in elementary and middle school are limited, but we have an exciting solution for you!

Introducing the Gifted Gurus Club by STEM is Child's Play —a unique program designed to engage and challenge gifted students through enjoyable projects and competitions.

Our weekly meetings, hosted at the X Studio at Explora, provide a dynamic space where young minds can flourish. If you're curious about how Gifted Gurus Club can transform your child's learning experience, join us for an informative presentation.

Additionally, Gifted Gurus Club is excited to announce an incredible opportunity for gifted high school students! If you are a high school student passionate about STEM fields and possess a talent for teaching, consider joining us as a mentor for our innovative projects.


As a mentor, you'll have the chance to inspire and guide younger gifted minds through engaging projects and competitions, sharing your knowledge and enthusiasm for STEM subjects. This is not only an excellent chance to enhance your leadership and teaching skills but also a unique opportunity to make a positive impact on the next generation of innovators.


If you are a high school student with a flair for STEM and a desire to contribute to the growth of gifted learners, we encourage you to apply for a mentoring position with Gifted Gurus Club.  To apply for the Mentorship position, please attend the info session and send an essay stating why you want to be a mentor and describe a project you’ve done to  Details will be discussed at the info session.

Please visit our website,  or contact us  We look forward to welcoming passionate high school mentors to our dynamic team and together, inspiring the gifted minds of tomorrow.

Spaces are limited, so be sure to sign up for the presentation to secure a spot for your child in this intellectually enriching journey.  It’s FREE!


Date: Monday, January 15, 2024

Time: 10AM Mountain Time


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