As a non-profit educational organization, SkyLabo works on providing women's STEM education, incorporating design thinking. We also quantitatively capture and analyze the results.

As a part of the SkyLab program, female students and their parents are contributing to cutting-edge international research through the surveys created by a team at Stanford University, a leading educational institution in US.

According to the 2016 survey, Skylabo's workshops achieved a result which showed that the participants have increased their interest and motivation regarding STEM, and have improved Creative Confidence*.

SkyLabo's unique curriculum draws out the potential of female students, increases the number of active women in the STEM field, and supports the development of human resources who produce innovation.

* Creative Confidence is a concept advocated by Tom Kerry who wrote "Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All". At the root of a revolutionary new idea is empathy for people, and creativity comes from the belief that “I am creative” (creative confidence). The idea is that one can use the right methods and tools to bring out the potential of the creative confidence.


Presentation of the results