• About

    This site was created to show the inner workings of the lives of Jessica and Adam – the faces behind the company, SheekGeek LLC.

    SheekGeek was started in the summer of 2005 by two overly ambitious college students. Sheek is the pronunciation of the word “chic” which is defined as “cleverly stylish”. The definition of the word “geek”, by our standards, is a “lover of technology”. The combination of the two words, chic and geek, yields a “cleverly stylish lover of technology”.

    The initial concept was simple; to get more people interested in science and engineering by producing cheap but fun educational kits. The W.A.S.P Original and the W.A.S.P. Solderless were the first kits SheekGeek produced. They were designed in the summer of 2005. The W.A.S.P. Solderless has undergone a few revisions before becoming the kit that it is today. Since then, W.A.S.P. kits have been shipped all over the world! There have been workshops using the W.A.S.P. from North Carolina to Switzerland.

    The Black Widow Walker was the second kit designed by SheekGeek. It was released in the summer of 2007. It has been used in a summer camp for high school students .

    SheekGeek became a Limited Liability Corporation in 2007. We continue to strive for excellence in our products and to help educate the world.


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