For Students 9-12

NASA's Women of STEM

Flask and colorful science symbolsMeet some of NASA’s women engineers, scientists, educators, interns and others.
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2014 FIRST Robotics Competition

FIRST Robotics logo See how NASA participated in the 2014 FIRST Robotics competition.
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NASA Podcasts

A female student with headphones onCheck out the podcasts available from NASA.
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NASA e-Books

Read NASA books on your mobile device.
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NASA Students on Facebook

NASA has a Facebook page specifically for high school and college students. Updates are posted daily featuring competitions, internships and more.
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Career Profiles

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This resource page provides information about some of the careers NASA has to offer and the opportunities available for students.

Research Tools

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Use this alphabetic index to find resources within NASA.

Education Programs

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NASA offers many education programs for students throughout the year. See what is available now.

@NASAedu on Twitter

TwitterFollow, tweet and re-tweet the latest from NASA Education.
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Current Opportunities

2014 Humans in Space Art Video Challenge
How will humans use space science and technology to benefit humanity? Ponder this question and express an answer creatively in a video less than three minutes long. Entries are due Nov. 15, 2014.

Student Spaceflight Experiments Program -- Mission 8 to the International Space Station
This opportunity gives students across a community the ability to design and propose real experiments to fly in low Earth orbit on the space station. Interested communities must inquire about the program no later than Nov. 15, 2014.

Design a Space Tool Challenge
Create a digital 3-D model of a tool that astronauts might need in space. Entries from students in grades K-12 are due Dec. 15, 2014.

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Page Last Updated: October 30th, 2014
Page Editor: Flint Wild