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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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2015 FIRST Robotics Competition

FIRST Robotics logo See how NASA is participating in the 2015 FIRST Robotics competition.
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NASA Podcasts

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NASA Apps

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NASA e-Books

Read NASA books on your mobile device.
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In the Spotlight

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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

2015 International Space Apps Challenge
Join NASA and space agencies worldwide for the fourth annual International Space Apps Challenge April 10-12, 2015. This year's challenge kicks off with a boot camp event on April 10 that will be live-streamed globally. The two-day codeathon event will follow on April 11-12, and will be hosted locally at over 135 locations spanning six continents.


Dawn Mission’s ‘Imagine Ceres’ Project
Can you imagine what the Dawn mission might discover at Ceres in the next few weeks and months? NASA’s Dawn mission wants you to share your ideas! Send in your creations in the form of art, music, poetry or video.


Become a Disk Detective!
Help NASA find new disks, homes of extrasolar planets, by classifying images from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer telescope and other observatories.

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Page Last Updated: March 25th, 2015
Page Editor: Flint Wild