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STEM Engagement at Langley

Education and STEM at Langley Research Center supports the agency’s objectives to engage Americans in NASA’s mission, encourage and engage students in STEM disciplines, and strength NASA and the Nation’s future in STEM productivity.

About NASA STEM Engagement about STEM Engagement at Langley

We Engage Students In NASA’s Mission

K-12 students can dig deeper into STEM topics and experience the thrill of exploration and discovery.

NASA makes vital investments in a diverse portfolio of learning opportunities and activities designed to reach as many U.S. students as possible – from kindergarten through graduate school. NASA seeks to build the next generation STEM workforce and broaden student participation to increase diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM fields.

For Kids and Students
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Be A NASA Intern

NASA offers paid internships for high school and college-level students to contribute to agency projects under the guidance of a NASA mentor.

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Contact Us

STEM Offices and Mission Leads

Office of STEM Engagement Director
Dr. Kimberly Brush
Office of Human Capital Management
Mail Stop 033
Langley Research Center
Hampton, VA 23681-2199
Phone: 757-864-6454
Fax: 757-864-8835

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Are you looking for the latest NASA resources for teachers, parents, caregivers, and students? Subscribe to the NASA EXPRESS newsletter to get the latest NASA STEM opportunities delivered to your inbox every Thursday.

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