BRINGING THE MAGIC OF

S.  T.  E.  A.  M

TO MEDIA

BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS TO ENSURE EQUAL

ACCESS & OPPORTUNITIES

Our partners are essential in sharing S.T.E.A.M. education to communities worldwide. Without their talent and dedication, there would be no outlet for high-quality learning. 

Our partners are the only way we can bring the magic of S.T.E.A.M. education to media. Check out who we partner with below!

EISENHOWER FELLOWSHIP

 FOUNDATION

Dr. Jose Morey is focusing his fellowship on S.T.E.A.M. education for the uplifting of underserved economies and proliferation of peace among people. 

 

He is currently interviewing people for a book he is writing centered on the importance of role models. He is accumulating influential people in the S.T.E.A.M. work force to share their story and who their role models were along with those we know from History; Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein, Jeff Bezos, and more. This book will be for the new generation finding their paths and contributions for a better tomorrow. He hopes to focus this book in minority and underrepresented communities along with his S.T.E.A.M. edutainment programs to encourage them to pursue careers in these work forces. 

 

Currently Dr. Morey has had the pleasure of interviewing Vint Cerf, David Singlair, Amy Webb, Josette Melchor, Paola Santana, Adriana Avakian, Carlos Bustamente, Aristides (Ari) Patrinos, Scott Stephenson, Yosem Companys, Melvin Cordova, Marcos Polanco, Pedro Ramos, Javier Soltero, Emily Calandrelli and more.

WORKER STUDIO

ANIMATIONS

Worker Studio Animations is an animation company based in Denver, Colorado.

Ad Astra Media has partnered with Worker Studio Animations to work on their animated television series "The Cosmonut Show" or "The Cosmo Show". They worked together to create a new character named Dr. Intergalactic; an animated rendition of Jose Morey to bring his expertise in S.T.E.A.M. to help Cosmo who lives on Mars .

Learn more about The Cosmo Show and Dr. Intergalactic below by pressing "Projects"!

CLINTON

FOUNDATION

PARTNERED WITH UNIVISION CHANNEL

"Too Small to Fail" and Univision jointly operate the country’s largest Spanish-language text messaging program for parents of young children (0-5). 

 

Over 145,000 parents have joined the service since we launched in 2015. 

 

We deliver 3x messages per week to over 52,000 active subscribers who are currently enrolled in the program.

 

Ad Astra Media has partnered with Clinton Foundation and Univision to program two weeks worth of messages for 2020.

 

This will offer easy tips and activity ideas that encourage early interest in STEM.

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MAAPAA

FOUNDATION

MaaPaa is a nonprofit organization catered towards single mothers raising their sons to their highest potential, and empowering mothers to be the best version of themselves. 

 

A community where single-mothers feel supported, loved, and cared for, so that they can pursue a happy and healthy life for themselves and their families. 

 

Ad Astra Media has teamed up with MaaPaa to create a STEM curriculum for their upcoming MaaPaa Academy.

 

The creation of this program is currently in the works and we have big developments happening everyday! Stay tuned!

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WARN EVERYONE!

COMICS

Warn Everyone! Entertainment has a subsidiary called Warn Everyone! Comics. Based in Washington State they are actively producing nearly a dozen new concepts with respected publishers and the most incredible talent around the world.

Ad Astra Media has partnered with Warn Everyone! Comics to share the story of Dr. Intergalactic as he orbits space as Headmaster of the Intergalactic Academy

 

Five students will master the 5 subjects of S.T.E.A.M. - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math - follow along on their adventures in a digital comic strip coming soon!

ALLIANCE FOR INNOVATION

PARTNERED WITH

CHOPIN IN SPACE

The Alliance for Innovation (AFI) was established in Poland in 2017 and is officially registered with the Polish government as a nonprofit foundation. The mission of AFI is to increase Polish-American cooperation in science and the economy of each country, and to advance the awareness of the cultural bonds between the United States and Poland. Current emphasis is on projects and events that provide practical education in health care and associated applications of information technology resulting in identification of opportunities for innovative growth and the relationship building to realize that growth. 

 

AFI’s support for advancing cultural awareness has included support for action by the government of Virginia to designate October 15 of each year as General Tadeusz Kosciusko Day, a public and private sector group of visitors from Poland were hosted for a dinner and tour at the United States Capitol Building and most recently the Chopin and Space film and concert was presented to an audience of 350 at the Kennedy Space Center. 

 

In order to accomplish its mission, AFI directs events and projects from its headquarters in Warsaw, Poland with a physical presence in the United States through the US and Poland Alliance for Innovation, a 501 (c) (3) organization registered in Virginia as well as with the US government. AFI is governed by a management board with co-chair persons in Poland and the US, and by a supervisory board that includes distinguished Poles and Americans.

CHECK OUT OUR MOST RECENT PROJECTS

We are creating content for all ages. We are targeting disenfranchised communities from all walks of life to be able to enter or transition into S.T.E.A.M fields.

Chopin in Space Children's Initiative Project

Chopin in Space is  a movie following Colonel George D. Zamka's mission while he shares breathtaking footage as he views Earth from space. The movie is set to Chopin's iconic music.

 

Ad Astra Media is working with Alliance for Innovation and Chopin in Space to make a short film based on people's reactions after watching the movie, titled "Chopin in Space Children's Initiative Project."

Target Audience: Ages 25-60

Kids with Capes

To Small

To Fail

"Too Small to Fail" and Univision jointly operate the country’s largest Spanish-language text messaging program for parents of young children (0-5).  Over 145,000 parents have joined the service since we launched in 2015. We deliver 3x messages per week to over 52,000 active subscribers who are currently enrolled in the program.

Ad Astra Media has partnered with Clinton Foundation and Univision to program two weeks worth of messages for 2020. This will offer easy tips and activity ideas that encourage early interest in STEM.

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DR.

INTERGALACTIC

Dr. Intergalactic is an animated rendition of "our CEO" Dr. Jose Morey. 

Dr. Intergalactic or Dr. I for short is an expert in S.T.E.A.M. matters and/or topics and is here to help Cosmo - an astronaut living on Mars - with any questions that may arise as he figures out life on Mars.

Target Audience: Ages 5-55

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INTERGALACTIC

ACADEMY

Introducing our S.T.E.A.M. digital comic strip, the Intergalactic Academy.

 

Follow Dr. Intergalactic as the headmaster for the academy, as he guides five students through learning all there is to know for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math to bring back to earth.

Target Audience: Ages 5-55

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