STEM Engagement at Marshall Space Flight Center supports the agency’s objectives to advance the STEM workforce pipeline by administering and offering STEM programs at the international, national, state and local levels.
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.
NASA’s Next Gen STEM offers a wide array of unique experiences designed to engage K-12 students nationwide in the agency’s missions, people, and resources.
Educators are a significant part of students’ lives and play a key role in connecting NASA to the Artemis Generation. NASA’s Next Gen STEM fully supports formal educators in classrooms and informal educators in museums, science centers, afterschool programs, and similar organizations, all of whom bring the excitement of the agency’s missions to students.
Colleges, Universities, Technical and Vocational Institutions
NASA leverages its unique missions and programs to enhance and increase the capability, diversity, and size of the nation’s future STEM workforce.
NASA has a portfolio of programs and opportunities dedicated to attracting, engaging and educating students in all institutional categories and levels across the nation. These range from internships and fellowships, R&D opportunities, challenges and competitions, pre-college and college STEM experiences, virtual learning, faculty support, as well as institutional support.
Student Launch is a research-based, competitive, experiential exploration activity. It strives to provide relevant, cost-effective research and development of rocket propulsion systems. This project offers multiple challenges reaching a broad audience of middle and high schools, colleges, and universities across the nation.
Southeast Region Office of STEM Engagement at Marshall Space Flight Center NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Mail Code CS01 Huntsville, AL 35812 Phone: 256-544-8722 Fax: 256-544-4131 Email: email@example.com
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