Science • Technology • Engineering • Mathematics
STEM to STEAM
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics are key components of education. Integrating literacy, communication, analytical, technical, and collaborative skills with STEAM will translate to the job market and prepare students for success. Students sitting in classrooms today are the leaders and innovators of tomorrow. Let's meet the demands of the 21st Century and prepare the next generation.
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Integrate Science, Technology, Engineering and Math throughout the curriculum to prepare students for success in the global community
STEM education for every student
News and Events
EngineerGirl Essay Contest 2018
"Engineering for your Community" is the theme of the National Academy of Engineering's 2018 EngineerGirl! Essay Contest. Students, girls and boys, in grades 3 to 12 can win up to $500 for writing pleas to convince local or national officials to improve public infrastructure, such as roads, trash collection, or the 9-1-1 emergency response system. Prizes range from $100 to $500. Deadline to enter is February 1, 2018. Click here for the contest rules, and click here for the entry form.
Scholarship Opportunity! Generation Nano: Superheroes Inspired by Science!
The National Science Foundation's Create-Your-Own science superhero competition is now open to 6th - 12th graders! Students compete for a chance to win cash prizes and a trip to Washington, D.C. to present at the 2018 USA Science & Engineering Festival. They can enter individually or in teams of 2-3 and use science or engineering to create a unique superhero. They then tell their hero's story in a short comic or video. Submissions accepted Sept. 18, 2017 - Jan. 8, 2018.
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