An introduction to the world of STEM could open the door for children to become successful engineers, scientists, or physicians. Through my Obenzinger Fellowship that supports premedical students in a healthcare-related year-long endeavor, I partnered with 4th Family Incorporated, a non-profit organization with a mission to teach science-based programs to at-risk children through sports to provide them with unique personal development opportunities. 4th Family engages members of the local community in STEM education with the goal of promoting youth development in urban communities. To help support their mission in using STEM as an empowerment tool, I worked in two Albany schools teaching 3-5th grade students through 4th Family’s After School Program. I conducted weekly hands-on activities promoting a healthy and active lifestyle. Class lessons included STEM topics such as learning how planes fly, basic health/first aid practices, healthy versus unhealthy food choices, and exercise circuits. Partnering with 4th Family allowed me to apply my interests in biomedical engineering and passion for medicine to help others in need. This presentation will provide an overview of some of the classes I developed for the program and a discussion of possible ways of continuing the partnership between 4th Family Inc. and Union College.